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TRY this;-
1. Turn off the digital piano
2. While holding down both the (TONE) and (FUNCTION) buttons, press the (POWER) button

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014


Download Service Manual for PX-410R as PX-410R is the same model as PX-575r.
http://www.circuit-encyclopedia.com/listinfo-67-111.html

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014


It could be that the electronics of the pedal are dirty, or that dirt has collected under it causing it to not depress all the way. Try taking it apart and cleaning it with a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol. Be very careful of any wires or delicate articles.

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013


The sensors are rubber, and don't usually crack. Most of the time they are dirty and can be cleaned with rubbing alcohol and Q-tips VERY carefully. Also be careful of the ribbon wires inside the keyboard. The keys should just snap in and out. I cleaned mine a little while ago, and now it works perfectly.

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013


I just fixed mine, it was making the loud sounds and had seemed to have lost the sensitivity. Take out all the screws on the outside, then the sides can come off. That gives access to the inside where you can take out a few more screws (easily seen) and open it all up. The keys themselves just snap in, so two small screwdrivers or strong fingernails can pop them back out. Clean the rubber contacts (they look like little sockets) with Q-tips and rubbing alcohol, then replace the keys. If you take out the white keys of an octave first, then the black keys (keeping them in order) it is a lot easier.

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013


Make sure your MAC and the piano are plugged into the SAME receptacle to avoid ground bounce noise.

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Jul 11, 2011


If you caan get to the pivot point, try putting a little CRC226 on the pivot bearing and mechanism. You can get this in the electrical dept of Home Depot. About $2.70 for a can with spout. This is plastic safe. Use sparingly. Lube movement points.

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Dec 22, 2010


clean with q-tips and rubbing alcohol around the moving parts, let dry 5 min, and some graphite lubricant may help. graphite is a slippery dry powder good for reducing friction on moving parts. comes in a little tube, normally sold buy the key making dept at any store

Casio PX-830 BK... | Answered on Dec 21, 2010


If you have the part, you need a soldering iron, solder wick and solder. Apply heat with the iron to the lugs on the input that protrude through the circuit board, and apply solder wick to desolder the bad part - do this for all the contacts. Remove the bad connector, place the new one and heat the lugs one at a time, once the iron has been on the lug for several seconds, apply the solder to the lug and hold for a second or two. When the solder melts and flows remove the iron and the solder. Allow it to cool - repeat for all the lugs. A good solder joint is shiny. A bad one is dull, and that is called a cold solder joint. If you get a bad one, just heat it back up and wick the solder away and start over.

Casio Music | Answered on Sep 30, 2019


My guess would be they have been pulled up out of the normal position. Do they still press down and sound?

if you remove the keybed and the contact strip you can then reposition them. The worry is that when they are forced up they sometimes crack the circuit board underneath.

the keys have a hook type arrangement that should stop the, lifting up.

maybe open and report back with some photos of what you find and more advice might be available.

Dan
Becketts Music Ltd

Casio Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2019


My initial thought would be as there is no sound that you have plugged the cable into the wrong socket. Please double check carefully and report back.

Casio Music | Answered on Aug 05, 2019

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