Trade Roland Juno-G for Juno-Stage

Discussion in 'Keyboard Classifieds' started by djrocks66, Apr 4, 2009.

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    djrocks66

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    Hey there,

    Is anyone interested in trading a Juno Stage for a Juno-G? I bought this in November 2008. It has the Analog Essentials Expansion Board, 512 MB of Ram added, 2 GB SD card with reader and the DVD instruction video and a gig bag. This is a great keyboard and in mint condition. It is just to small for me. I need at least a 76 key keyboard and the Juno Stage would fit me better. If anyone is interested let me know.

    Thanks
     
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    Garabomusic7

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    Ok sorry. I need to fix my Roland Juno D . Dont no why is clear the screen just Yelow. My english is not good
     
    Garabomusic7, Dec 28, 2017
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    Garabomusic7

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    I need Help to fix because i am in Cuba any video to help me
     
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    Garabomusic7

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    What can i do
     
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    Well, first of all, this topic is not a good place for your post. Make a new topic in appropriate forum.
    As for your problem, there're some recommendation how to fix the screen, but these work better if you've some experience in soldering and repairs. If not, then you may just replace the screen, but this will cost you.
     
    Eli_Kyiv, May 21, 2018
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