In 2012 I bought my PC361 used from GC. After about 7 months it started to go out of tune and was sent for warranty work where they said they replaced the pitch bend wheel. Seemed fine for a few months and then problem came right back (off warranty). At the time I was so disgusted with that experience that I contacted Kurzweil support and Jean graciously helped me through a soft ware workaround to disable the pitch bend wheel in 126 and then in each setup that I develop. (did not use wheel much at all anyway).\n\nAt the time in 2013 Jean at Kurzweil suggested I have issue fixed but I was so busy with it gigging that I did not want to give it up and workaround generally works (unless I hit factory setup by accident). Well- Jean was right I do need to fix it because if I hit factory setup that has wheel enabled by accident goes out of tune live – finally happened at gig)\n\nWhen I use another board on bottom as key controller of PC361 sounds pitch bend on that other board works fine and does not put PC361 out of tune so I figure it is likely the pitch bend wheel or that assembly with circuit board. Taking end cap off it is easy fix to replace either the wheel or the whole assembly (no issues with mod wheel).\n\nI am hoping to get feedback on following questions:\n\n1. Has anyone else had this problem and fixed it by replacing wheel only and did that work?\n\n2. If not, is the required fix replacing the pitch bend wheel assembly with circuit board (and mod wheel)?\n\nI have done some browsing online and found Instrument parts.com told me that their whole new wheel assembly is available for 9 (AMS-D1012400340). They had many Kurzweil wheels and one listed for PC1x – PC3 PC3x (AMS-D12300052 = ) but they told me that was wrong one and would need assembly for 9.\n\nI don’t mind spending the larger 9 if the circuit and total assembly is needed for entire fix as I hope to fix this only once (love the sound of this board otherwise). Not really sure why initial shop repair did not last more than few months..\n\nThanks much in advance\n\nMark\n\nPS- Let me know if there is another forum more appropriate for this “fix it” type post.