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How do you replace a key on a casio 100 keyboard. which screws do you remove in the back

How to replace a missing key

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What kind/type of your Casio 100?
Casio MT-100,LK-100,CA-100,PT-100,CDP-100 ?

Posted on Sep 03, 2015

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SOURCE: the keyboard works fine but

Read your manual regarding "fingered chords" and similar subjects. It sounds like you are in a single fingered chord mode...

Posted on Jul 21, 2011

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SOURCE: Need an owners manual for a Casio lk-100 keyboard

you nearest casio dealer may have one in the back of the store,
many buyers don't want/need the manuals so some stores hold on to them for such occassions

Posted on Jun 30, 2012

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My Casio keyboard has 5 consecutive notes that are dead (top octave) There seems to be 2 diodes missing - can these be easily replaced


What model? Diodes are either burned up (but you would see the ends still present) or missing because they aren't applicable to that model. It's more likely the rubber pads under the keys need to be replaced

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Is there a way to replace the settings key pads?


These pads can be replaced ( providing Casio still have spare parts ) There are a lot of screws to undo to get inside the keyboard, then remove any PCB above the pad, replace and reassemble.

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Contact your nearest Casio service centre

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Need an owners manual for a Casio lk-100 keyboard


you nearest casio dealer may have one in the back of the store,
many buyers don't want/need the manuals so some stores hold on to them for such occassions

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Thanks for the information on cleaning the contacts. I had all of the screws out to day but could NOT get to the contacts. I do NOT want to break the plastic case so how do you get to the contacts?


The contacts are under the keys, about halfway from the front of the white keys to the back of the key., There are several different key types for Casio keyboards. USUALLY the keys are either in blocks or individual. Here is a manual for a Casio, and while it is NOT your model, your keyboard will be very close.

http://elektrotanya.com/casio_ctk-220l.pdf/download.html

There is an exploded voew on page 16 of the key assembly.

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Casio CTK 800 spare key


I can think of two places. eBay search for
Casio LIGHTED KEY KEYBOARD or call casio and explain to them what happened and see if they can help :) Steven.

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I have a CDP-100 and need disassembly instructions for access to internal keyboard assembly. Unit was dropped while unloading from car. Now some keys are akimbo and won't play as though they are off their...


I just fixed my CDP 100 which had a similar problem - dropped and two keys not working up one end.
1. Lay keyboard upside down on soft surface. Under keyboard is plastic cover held on by 17 screws. Remove all these and lift cover away. The metal key ends are all revealed.
2. Locate the disloged keys. Carefully press them back into position - they will "click" into place. Make sure the corresponding key on the keyboard isn't stuck in an "up" position - you may have to remove the metal key part and replace it again while making sure the key is correctly seated.
3. Replace cover and screws.

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7 of the keys on the upper end of my privia px-100 don't work. All other keys work fine. Is there any way to fix this at home?


It may due to faulty circuit board of the keyboard. Check for warranty and ask the vendor to replace the keyboard.

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I have a Casio LK43 and a key broke off. Once I have the new park how do I disasemble/reassemble to replace key.


On many of these instruments, several keys are on one assembly. They are attached by screws near the top of the keys. You may have to disassemble the case and remove the strip that is just above the tops of the keys in order to see these screws. That strip may be attached by quite a few screws itself.

On these lighted keyboards, sometimes you have to hold the key at certain angles in order to get it into place, but be gentle. If necessary, loosen another key to see how it fits. Don't force anything or you may break an LED or some plastic piece associated with the keyboard. However, if you are gentle and patient, this should not be a difficult job.

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