20 Most Recent Yamaha NP 30 76 Key Lightweight Digital Grand Piano with Touch Response Questions & Answers


I wrote up and photographed for my similar YDP, see solution 2 under this post:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t8881187-1_key_not_spring

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Nov 21, 2019


rubber contact strip requires replacement

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Nov 03, 2018


Check Connections or Fuse !

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Nov 15, 2017


The NP30 is no longer made. The new equivalent is the NP31. Price in the UK is listed at £ 274 most shop retail at £ 254.00 .

http://www.beckettsmusic.co.uk/shop/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=10559

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


use wd 40 and a soft clothe apply on the sticky areas give it time and clean after .

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Oct 17, 2014


There's an extremely comprehensive pair of videos about repairing this problem on YouTube thanks to David Allyn. I have embedded them below, or you can search "P70 Noisy Keyboard Repair".

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Feb 28, 2014


cleaning the rubber pads under neat the keys should do the job .But do be care full not to use any cleaning agents or solutions .just wipe with a soft cloth.

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Jan 27, 2014


The Korg SV188 has stunning realism in the Grand Piano arena. It uses a 12AX7 tube in the preamp output for that classic analog warmth lacking in so many garden market digital stage pianos these days. It has weighted hammer action and carries a price tag of $1,699.00 at American Musical Supply.com They even throw in a extra years coverage at no cost. The Yamaha MOXF6 88 key (same price) is another fine grand piano that wont disappointed but be prepared for a large learning curve learning all the rest of it functions, there are plenty to chose from. Roland wins hands down with its RD300nx, $1,799.00 and the RD700NX $2,699.00 simply the best digital stage pianos money can buy . Look up the specs at AMS

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Jan 22, 2014


Your key contacts have gotten dirty. Two contacts per key are used to sense velocity and if one doesn't work the sound will be full velocity and loud.

The contacts are conductive rubber "pills" in silicone rubber domes that the key presses down onto circuit board traces under the keys. Clean both the "pills" and the black portion of the circuit board GENTLY using ONLY 99% isoprophyl alcohol and QTips. There is a lot of disassembly required and one has to keep track of where the screws go and length and thread type to re-assemble after cleaning. Also great care must be taken to not damage the ribbon cablles connecting the top and bottom halves of the case.

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Jan 22, 2014


definitely - you have to match the voltage going in (AC) and out (DC) and check the polarity (+ or - on the plug).

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Oct 16, 2013


I don't see you doing any damage by having a look but I would get a piano tuner or repairer in to investigate the problem expertly - no slight on you. But if your Church congregation depend on it it's well worth the money.
Good Luck

Yamaha NP 30 76... | Answered on Aug 19, 2013

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