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I have a Technics PR-305 Digital Piano It was working at the End of October, but around the beginning of November 5 my Technics PR-305 Digital Piano made a loud humming sound, then it quieted down, I

I turned on the Technics PR-305 Digital piano I tried to put in headphones in order to here that even if the speaker was gone but it didn`t work I put a Casio CT-700 on top of the Technics PR-305 Digital Piano The notes from the Casio CT-700 only sustained and that`s about it.

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  • john fritz Nov 26, 2014

    Hi John , I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

    1. Do you see an error message code on your unit?
    2. Have you checked the trouble shooting section of your owner's manual?

    I may be able to help you narrow down the problem. IT COULD BE CORRECTED BY YOU in some cases, but do NOT open the back panel as this may void your warranty and is NOT ever allowed.

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Also, in addition to more info I need; look on p 91 of the online owner's manual linked below. Pay attention to Sounds and Effects, the first section therein. Follow the directions closely, esp., read pp. 26, 83, and 86 which are referenced for detailed help w/ sound issues. TECHNICS SX PR305 Manual Page 91

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