Yamaha PSR-E443 stopped working


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My Yamaha PSR-E443 suddenly stopped working... It won't turn on.. If I push d power button it will light but it will also turn off immidiately after... please help me... The adaptors are in good order as well as the current is stable...
 

Rayblewit

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When pressing the power button on, you need to hold it for a second or two before releasing your finger. Try that first.
Ray
 
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I posted a link to the service manual in the other thread about this issue, but the other person never gave us an update on whether he found a solution.

The best suggestion I can offer is to take it to a Yamaha certified technician who can open it up and look at it for you to see what's up.

If that isn't possible, then hopefully you can find someone with a good working knowledge of and experience with electronic equipment and repairs who can understand the service manual and take a look at it for you.

Just be very cautious about taking it to anyone who isn't certified, as you wouldn't want them to do more harm than good!
 
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Further to the advice Ray suggested, if you keep the button pressed does the keyboard boot up fully and play?

If it does it may well be that the switch has developed a mechanical fault (not latching). In which case the Certified Technician as Michael suggests is the way to go.

Btw, we all seem to assume that your keyboard is outside any warranty period.
 

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Has anyone been playing the keyboard with sticky fingers?

If so, it may be a stuck button interfering with the power on self test.

Give all the buttons a good massage and make sure none of them are stuck in an on position before you try turning it on again.

This also applies to all keys and knobs and sliders as well.

If this fails, then it probably has to be serviced. Contact Yamaha Support for a service centre near you.

Gary ;)
 
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I posted a link to the service manual in the other thread about this issue, but the other person never gave us an update on whether he found a solution.

The best suggestion I can offer is to take it to a Yamaha certified technician who can open it up and look at it for you to see what's up.

If that isn't possible, then hopefully you can find someone with a good working knowledge of and experience with electronic equipment and repairs who can understand the service manual and take a look at it for you.

Just be very cautious about taking it to anyone who isn't certified, as you wouldn't want them to do more harm than good!
Thanks sir... I was googling the Yamaha service center since the problem arose but found nothing... So so frustrating
 
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Thank you all guys for replying to my concern... Bu I think I really need to find a technichian for my keyboard... I just need to find someone who is really expert about this... Huhuhu
 
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