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Sir errar 1 problem is my keyboard how to repair it's a Juno g keyboard error 1?

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Recording problem


1. Press and hold down the ASSIGN A button (the light should be blinking) then (simultaneously) press the REC button above channel number 1. The light should blink when you do this.
2. Release the ASSIGN A and the REC button
3. Press the REC button above channel 1 (the light should be blinking by itself)
4. You should see the meters moving with in the display above Input A and Track 1 when you speak into the microphone.
5. Press the REWIND button twice until the display reads ABS 00.00.00.00
6. Press and hold the RECORD button and press the PLAY button. The REC light above channel one, the PLAY light and the RECORD light should become solid.
7. After recording press the STOP button.
8. Press the REWIND button twice until the display reads ABS 00.00.00.00
9. Press the PLAY button.


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Internal error


Hi, Does the error actual say anything?
Have you tried a factory reset ? Hold down top white key while turning on.

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Analog test eror onroland td5


I have the same problem with my module and I can\'t find the solution anyware for the thing.Closest solution that I could find is something about Roland power adapter.Apparently module won\'t work with any adapter with the same voltage,only Roland or Boss B.R.A. adapters works.I have original Roland adapter and still shows an Analog test error.


Have you find the solution in meantime by any chance?

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When I turn on my Kurzweil PC2X, the LCD screen shows the message 'Scanner is dead!' followed by 'battery voltage low (0.0 volts).' The lights on the keyboard flash at me and the keyboard won't make any...


Try a factory reset.

Turn the unit on, and while the display says "Please Wait", press and release the Panic button. Press the right arrow button till the display says "Hard RESET". Press Enter, then the button under "Yes" in the display.

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If I plug in powered monitors to the digital input... will it get rid of my error code 02 displayed on the screen ?


Never go from a PA (powered (amplified)) speaker signal to the inputs of a recording device. This can severely damage the electronics of the input/preamp. That error code may be getting caused by something else. For more details on how to use digital ins:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S/PDIF

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DVD Recorder MODEL no.DMR-EZ27EB has U99 on screen unable to operate it


Hi.

U99 is a general communication failure between processor and timer, and there may be different causes. Common cause is a defective disk. Removing disk from the drive sometimes may fix the problem.

The first reset that you can attempt is disconnecting power for two minutes.

I quote below a post that was originally published in the MyCe forum (here):

"According to the service manual the U99 error is specifically a "hang up" displayed when there is a communication error that has occured between the main microprocessor and the timer microprocessor.

With more than twenty Panasonics (including four DMR-ES15 models) I'll offer my own observations:

There can be any number of causes for the U99 error, including a culmination of reading, writing, finalizing errors--sometimes appearing after U61 or U88 reading errors. The U99 error might also be associated with unusual DVD Drive noises, "grinding" indicating a dirty rubber hub and spindle; "clunking," "chugging" or "errrp" noises indicating a dirty lens or a failed laser assembly (the "optical pick-up").

Initial remedial measures include the routine DVD Drive lens, rubber hub and spindle area cleaning described in other CDFreaks/MyCE and AVS Forum threads. If that does not correct the problem(s) laser assembly or DVD Drive swapping with a direct replacement may be indicated. Also check for a disturbance to a ribbon cable or ribbon cable contact, correct or repair as necessary.

If the Digital PCB has become problematic, model-specific replacement is indicated. If the DVD Drive on-board contoller (if so equipped) has become problematic, model-specific replacement is indicated. In most cases "model-specific" means the same model year DVD Drive and, with problematic Digital PCBs or DVD Drive controller boards, replacements should be from the same model year and the same or very similar model recorder. Laser assemblies should only be replaced with the same model, i.e., 3331A and 3332A "optical pick-ups" might not interchange satisfactorily.

The U99 error may also be displayed when inferior media is in use. (Beginning in 2008 I've used nothing but Taiyo Yuden 8x Premium Line DVD-R media in my Panasonic, Philips and Magnavox DVD Recorders and HDD/DVD Recorders.)

The U99 error may also be displayed when there is an operating system "time out" occasioned when the user attempts to move too quickly between digital and analog channels (in 2007 and newer EZ series models)."

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I HAVE A ZOOM MRS-802 B. IT will not start up. keeps reading HDD eror. Can not scan disc due to this reading pops up after step 1 of BASIC MAintenance Procedure. Does not go to ExtFunc pops back to...


Mine did the same thing. Just by chance we had a universal laptop power supply unit with interchangeable tips made by powertran & my wife said to give it a try. The unit has a display window on it & it reads 16.9 volts when the zoom is running. When I plugged it in I couldn't believe it was going through it's start up menu. On the package it says 15 - 20 volts DC 90 watts & I reckoned it shocked the zoom into working again...well anyway, it worked & the zoom is running again. The power box package cost $89AU that I got at an electronics store.

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On my yamaha v50 keyboard there is another sound on the keys after the c3 key how do i turn it off to just leave the synth sound?


you must do master reset!

1) Turn on the power.

TIP: All buttons must remain depressed and be pressed in the order mentioned in step #2 for proper execution.

2) Press and hold down the [SEQ] button, then the [CARD] button (located next to the Demo button), and then the [DEMO] button.

3) Continue to hold the buttons down until the dialog box appears in the display. The display will first indicate the V50 Test Program and Main Rom Version then will automatically display the question: 'Test Entry Manual?'

4) Press the [DEMO] button. The screen will display: 'Factory Set?'

5) Press the [+1/YES] button. 'OK' will appear beneath the 'Factory Set?' readout, indicating completion of the Factory Reset, and the V50 will automatically return to Play Mode.

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Pedal Malfunction RP250


You will have to recalibrate your pedal. If you don't have your manual anymore try going to www.digitech.com. The procedure for the RP350 so that you don't lose your presets is : 1. Press and hold the UP/DOWN Footswitches until PDLCAL appears in the display (BYPASS,TUNER and EXIT will be displayed before PDLCAL is accessed after about 5 seconds). 2. When the display prompts you with TOEDN, rock the EXPESSION PEDAL forward (toe down) and press either FOOTSWITCH.
3. When the Display prompts you with TOE UP, rock the EXPRESSION PEDAL back (toe up ) and press either FOOTSWITCH.
4. The Display now prompts you to calibrate the V-Switch sensitivity (VSWxxx), where xxx is the current V-switch threshold. Rock the EXPRESSION PEDAL forward and press firmly on the toe once to turn the V-switch on (WAH ON) and again to turn the V-switch off (WAH OFF).
5. If the V-switch is too sensitive, press the right UP FOOTSWITCH to raise the threshold (range is 0-2000. Keep testing the V-switch sensitivity and adjust the threshold until it only engages when you want it to ( too sensitive a setting will lead to the V-switch falsely triggering on or off when using the Expression Pedal).
6.When the V-switch sensitivity is set to your satisfaction, press both UP/DOWN FOOTSWITCHES simultaneously to exit. NOTE: IF the DISPLAY shows ERROR, an error has occurred and steps 2 through 5 should be repeated. Sorry fo the caps but thats how the instructions appear in my sons manual. You can also dowload the manual and an editor librarian (for the 350 at least) at their site. They might even have an update for your pedal. Hope this helps. Keep playing.

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