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I have a Yamaha DTXtreme IIs that has recently started to show random ASCII text on the display. The module triggers as it has, but I can't make any changes to anything because of the display issue.

I can't do anything that requires using the display. This includes factory reset, trigger settings, voice settings... Nothing. The only things that I can control are anything which uses a manual adjustment such as the volume sliders.

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I purchased the Wein Slave Foot. The metal foot is designed to repair the plastic foot that, apparently, is prone to breakage. Mine is not broken, but I purchased the Slave Foot because the blurb stated that it would make my unit serve as a remote slave.

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this is an easy problem to fix. The piezo piece on the inside of your bass drum trigger uses a double sided tape that is fixed to a metal disc. the piezo trigger just fell off. mine did the same thing. I actually glued mine with epoxy and have not looked back.

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