23Re: Looking for a dead Monopoly
- Mar 19, 2005do you own another analog keyboard with CV? you can controll it that
way if its just the keys.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wny_synth" <wny_synth@y...>
> My problem is not so simple. Someone made a very poor attempt at
> replaing the printed cicuit board that has the contacts on it and
> ended up destroying it. If I can't find a replacement, then this
> monopoly is toast. Its unfortunate because the electronics appear
> to be OK
> --- In email@example.com, "midnitesoulhammer"
> <midnitesoulhammer@y...> wrote:
> > The keyboard on mine was also bad when I got it.
> > I found that the back of the keys where not hitting the sensor
> > with enough force.key
> > To make it work I made a note of all the keys that didn't produce
> > sound and I simply shaved down the plastic spacers between the
> > bed and the sensor bar until, when fully assembled, they workedmail
> > regularly.
> > Its not complicated, just file down the plastic spacers until the
> > keys around that spacer/spacers produce sound when assembled.
> > Hope this helps,
> > -D
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wny_synth"
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I am in the process of restoring a monopoly with bad keyboard
> > > Iam looking for a dead monopoly witha good keyboard. If anyone
> > > there has one they would consider parting with send me an e-
> > at:
> > > wny_synth@"no spam"yahoo.com. Thanks
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