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Repairing a Kurzweil PC88mx -- can I do it myself?
Old 15th November 2009
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Repairing a Kurzweil PC88mx -- can I do it myself?

I am having a problem with my Kurzweil PC88mx and am wondering if I can fix the issue myself as bringing/sending it to a repair shop would be a PITA, and I don't really have time to send it in, to be honest.

3 of the keys (E4, G4 & A4) have lost their touch sensitivity. Basically when I press the key it sends information at 127 velocity, no matter how hard or how light I hit the key.

If anyone has any idea how/if this can be fixed by myself, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!
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