Mark 10 on the fritz - HELP!

Discussion in 'alt.music.synth.kurzweil' started by will7370, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. will7370

    will7370 Guest

    I turned on my Kurzweil Mark 10 this morning and all of the panel
    lights lit up and stayed lit. The unit no longer operates. Any
    suggestions on what is happening and how to fix it? Is it going to
    need a visit to a service center? It's useless until I can get it
    fixed. I already tried unplugging it from the power for 10 mintues to
    no avail. Same result.

    Rob
     
    will7370, Jul 28, 2007
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  2. will7370

    chris Guest

    will7370 wrote:
    > I turned on my Kurzweil Mark 10 this morning and all of the panel
    > lights lit up and stayed lit. The unit no longer operates. Any
    > suggestions on what is happening and how to fix it? Is it going to
    > need a visit to a service center? It's useless until I can get it
    > fixed. I already tried unplugging it from the power for 10 mintues to
    > no avail. Same result.
    >
    > Rob


    No direct help, sorry, but have a look around on the yahoo forums under:
    http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/dir/Music/Instruments/Electronic/Synthesizers_and_Samplers

    There are some specific Kurzweil groups there, and also some more
    general "vintage synth" & repair forums that may have someone
    knowledgeable & able to help you...

    Only (minor) drawback is you need to sign up with yahoo to participate
    in some of them.

    HTH,
    --
    Chris.
     
    chris, Jul 31, 2007
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  3. will7370

    me Guest

    On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 00:10:13 +0000, chris wrote:

    > will7370 wrote:
    >> I turned on my Kurzweil Mark 10 this morning and all of the panel lights
    >> lit up and stayed lit. The unit no longer operates. Any suggestions on
    >> what is happening and how to fix it? Is it going to need a visit to a
    >> service center? It's useless until I can get it fixed. I already tried
    >> unplugging it from the power for 10 mintues to no avail. Same result.
    >>
    >> Rob

    >
    > No direct help, sorry, but have a look around on the yahoo forums under:
    > http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/dir/Music/Instruments/Electronic/Synthesizers_and_Samplers
    >
    > There are some specific Kurzweil groups there, and also some more general
    > "vintage synth" & repair forums that may have someone knowledgeable & able
    > to help you...
    >
    > Only (minor) drawback is you need to sign up with yahoo to participate in
    > some of them.
    >
    > HTH,


    If the chips are plug in types they could gently be pushed on one
    at a time in case one has lost its electrical connection to
    the circuit. The Mark 10 I have has the computer
    board on the right when the top is opened up for service
    which is where these chips would be. Seems
    to me it starts the boot up process so that the lights
    come on indicating the computer is working.
    MM
     
    me, Oct 31, 2008
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