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included them here. The Yamaha list was completely out of order, so
Ver. 001 – April 2013
There seems to be a number of ways to reset your Yamaha keyboard/synth.
Below is a table of codes that were mostly acquired from Yamaha’s web pages, Service
manuals, and Owner’s manuals.
If you don’t find your keyboard on the list, scroll past the table to the ‘quick and dirty’ list
and see what you can find there.
The ‘Quick and Dirty’ lists, as well as the first Yamaha table are ‘use at your own
risk’. I doubt that you could blow something up or catch it on fire by using any of
these key combinations, but I’d recommend being prepared for anything.
After the Yamaha ‘Quick and Dirty List’ is a list of Korg keyboard resets that were also
on the website http://www.pentinim.idns.jp/9801/testmode.htm (the source of the QnD list), so I
included them here.
The Yamaha list was completely out of order, so I did a quick sort and got them in
shape – along with checking/correcting some of the buttons indicated.
If something is broken, out of order, or absolutely doesn’t work for your model,
feel free to let me know –
I’m on the forums at - http://www.yamahaforums.co.uk/forum/ under the screen
name TheRealAnubis.
PLEASE note that doing a factory reset, or even playing with the settings can erase
your settings, voices, midi, etc.
Make a backup of everything that is able to be backed up – you have been
warned!
Make sure you pay attention to the keyboard prompts, and if they don’t match the list,
FOLLOW THE KEYBOARD instructions!
To download this list as a PDF, click the following link:
http://www.eanubis.net/Yamaha/YamahaKorgFactoryResetList-ver001.pdf
Yamaha Reset / Initialization List
WARNING: All user stored data will be deleted. If the current settings and data are not
expendable, create a backup before executing the Factory Reset. Internal Voice, Internal
Performance, Setup, Sequencer Data (All Songs, and Setup), Rhythm Machine Data (Pattern,
Song, and Setup) will be deleted.
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
02R
Press CURSOR[<]
+ Power on
AN1X
1) Turn OFF the power.
Reference:
Owner's
Manual, p. 9495
2) Press and hold the [7], [8] and [9] buttons down simultaneously while turning ON the power.
3) Continue to hold the buttons down until a dialog box appears on the screen displaying, 'Factory
Set? [1---9]'.
4) Release the [7], [8] and [9] buttons and choose one of the following resets by pressing the corresponding
button:
Button [1]: Loads Voices 1-64.
Button [2]: Loads Voices 65-128.
Button [3]: Loads all 128 Voices.
Button [4]: Loads all Voices sorted by Voice Category.
Button [5]: Loads User Patterns 1-64.
Button [6]: Loads User Patterns 65-128.
Button [7]: Loads all User Patterns.
Button [8]: Loads system data.
Button [9]: Loads all Voices, User Patterns and system data (full factory reset).
5) Press the [YES/ENTER] button. The AN1X will execute the Initialization procedure and return to 'Play
mode'.
CS1X
1) Turn OFF the keyboard.
2) Press and hold down the [7], [8] and [9] buttons on the numeric keypad while turning ON the keyboard.
3) Once the power is ON, release the buttons. The Performance, Scene, System and MIDI settings will
reinitialize to the original factory settings.
Reference:
CS1X Owner's
Manual, p. 46
CS2X
To reset all settings on the CS2x, turn power ON while pressing buttons [7], [8], and [9].
Note: All user data will be erased.
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CS6X
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button. The screen will display 'UTIL Factory Set) Job'.
3) Press the white [ENTER] button. The screen will display 'Are You Sure? [YES]/[NO]'.
4) Press the white [INC/YES] button. The screen will display 'Executing...'.
5) Press the white [EXIT] button.
Reference:
Owner's
Manual, p.170
CLP100
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP121
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP121S
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
CLP122
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP122S
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP123
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP124
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP133
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP134
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP152
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP152S
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP153
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP153S
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP153SG
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP154
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP154F
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP154S
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP155
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP156
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP157
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP158
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP20
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP250
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP260
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP30
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP311
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP350
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP360
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CLP411
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP500
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP511
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP550
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
CLP555
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP560
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP570
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP611
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP705
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP711
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP760
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP811
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLP911
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLW12
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CLW14
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CS1x
Press [7], [8] and [9] buttons
+ Power on
CS2x
Press [7], [8] and [9] buttons
+ Power on
CVP35
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP45
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP49
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
CVP50
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP55
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP59
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP65
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP69
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP69A
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP70
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP75
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP79
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP79A
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP83
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP83S
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP85
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
CVP85A
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP87
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP87A
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP89
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
CVP89WH
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
D5000
Press [STORE] and Power
then press
RECALL
DEQ7
Press [DELAY/LEVEL], [PROTECT ON/OFF] ,
+ Power on
DMP11
Press [Fader Flip], [Parameter Left]
+ Power on
DMP7
Press [Fader Flip], [Parameter Left]
+ Power on
DMP916/8
Press MEMORY[RECALL], RETURN[SEL], [UTILITY]
+ Power on
DOU10
Press [SHIFT]
+ Power on
DTS70
Press [UTILITY], [STORE]
+ Power on
DX7II
Insert ROM cartridge.
+ Power on
DX7IID
I can’t find a ‘FACTORY RESET’ for this model, but there is an ‘Initialization’:
1.
Press and hold the [EDIT] switch
2.
Press and hold the [16] switch
3.
Press[32]
Initialization takes place. No voice or performance data is changed, but most of the system set-up parameters
(MIDI set-up, cartridge banks etc.) are.
This includes the "Note on/off" parameter which reverts to "all".
DX7(9?)
DX7S
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1. Insert cartridge #3 into slot
2. Press [MEMORY PROTECT INTERNAL] button. The screen will display MEMORY PROTECT
INTERNAL ON (default is on when the DX7 is powered up)
3. Press the [-1/NO] button to toggle Memory Protect to OFF
4. Press [FUNCTION]
5. Press the #[6] button for LOAD. The screen will display LOAD MEMORY -ALL OF MEMORY?
6. Press [+1/YES]. The screen will display LOAD MEMORY ARE YOU SURE?
7. Press [+1/YES]. Screen will display COMPLETED
8. Press [MEMORY PROTECT INTERNAL] button again
9. Press [+1/YES]
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1. Turn OFF the keyboard.
2. Press and hold down Voice buttons [1] and [2] while turning ON the keyboard. The display
prompt, 'Test Mode Entry?' appears.
3. Press the [+1/YES] button once.
4. Turn OFF the keyboard.
5. Turn ON the keyboard. The keyboard will be reinitialized to the original factory settings.
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Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
DX11
WARNING: All user-stored data (Internal Voices, Performances) will be deleted. If the current settings and
data are not expendable, create a backup before executing the Factory Reset. This can be done by performing a
''Bulk Dump'' of the System Exclusive data (Sys Ex) to an external MIDI storage device. The following
procedure will restore the original settings, but not the original Performances or Internal Voices. The Preset
Voices in Banks A, B, C, and D will remain.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
DX21
DX27(S)
DX100
Turn the power ON.
Press and hold the [EDIT] button, then the [16] button, then the [32] button.
Release the three buttons.
Press the [YES] button.
Turn the power OFF and then back ON.
WARNING: All user-stored data (User Voices, MIDI settings) will be deleted. If the current settings and data
are not expendable, create a backup before executing the Factory Reset. This can be done by performing a ''Bulk
Dump'' to an external MIDI storage device or by saving the user-stored data to cassette.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Turn OFF the keyboard.
Press and hold down Voice buttons [1] and [2] while turning ON the keyboard. The display prompt,
'Test Mode Entry?' appears.
Press the [+1/YES] button once (runs tests) or Press the [-1/NO] button (no tests)
Turn OFF the keyboard.
Turn ON the keyboard.
EMP700
Press [F1] and [/\]
+ Power on
EX5
EX7
1) Power on while holding the [EXIT] button.
2) Insert Demo Disk 1.
3) Press the [DISK] button.
4) Press the [F2] LOAD button.
5) Select [ALL].
6) Press the [ENTER] button twice.
7) Press the [YES] button.
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FX500
Press [COMP] and [MOD]
+ Power on
FX770
Press [COMP], [PLAY]
+ Power on
GW10
Press [CHO]
+ Power on
GW33
Press [DOWN/NO], [UP/YES]
+ Power on
MDP2
Press [SHIFT]
+ Power on
MFC10
Press MEMORY EDIT, FC EDIT
+ Power on
MLP11
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
MLP51
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
MOTIF
6,7,8
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button.
3) Press the [ENTER] button. A confirmation prompt will appear in the display.
4) Press the [INC/YES] button to execute the reset. The message 'Completed' indicating the procedure has been
executed will appear in the display.
5) Press the [EXIT] button twice to return to the previous mode.
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Reference:
Owner's
Manual, p.
27/263
Model
MOTIF
ES
ES6
ES7
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
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1.
2.
3.
4.
MOTIF
XS8
Hold the [REC] and [REMOTE] buttons while turning on the MOTIF ES. The 'MOTIF ES Test
Program' screen is displayed. IMPORTANT: DO NOT release the [REC] and [REMOTE] buttons
until the screen appears; it takes several seconds.
Confirm that the latest version number 'Firm Ver:x.xx' is displayed in the upper portion of the screen.
Press the [STORE] button. The Factory Reset routine will execute and the data is set back to the
factory default settings.
Press the [YES] button to exit the Test Program.
WARNING: All user data is reset to the initial factory settings when the Factory Set function is executed. Be
sure to save any important information to an external USB memory device before executing the Factory Reset.
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1. Press the [UTILITY] button to enter the Utility mode.
2. Press the [JOB] button to select the  Utility  Job  Factory Set display.
(The Power On Auto Factory Set item should normally be unchecked.)
3. Press the [ENTER] button. The ‘Are you sure? NO/YES’ confirmation prompt will appear.
4. Press the [INC/YES] button to execute the Factory Set function.
MU90
Pres UTIL, ENTER
+ Power on
P100
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
P150
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
P150
Press [MIDI], [EDIT]
+ Power on
P200
Press key[B1] or key[F0]
+ Power on
P200
Press [MIDI], [EDIT]
+ Power on
P300
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
P300
Press key [F6], key[A6], key[C7]
+ Power on
P500
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
P500
Press key[F6], key[A6], key[C7]
+ Power on
P50-m
Press [SELECT] and p
+ Power on
PDP300
Press key[F0]
+ Power on
PDP400
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
PDP500
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
PF P100
Press [MIDI]
+ Power on
ProMix01
Press [STORE], [INC+]
+ Power on
PSR220
Press [+/YES], [-1/NO]
+ Power on
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
PSR230
Press [+/YES], [-1/NO] a
+ Power on
PSR300
[BANK1] + <Power on>, [BANK2] + <Power on>, [BANK3] + <Power on>, [CHAIN] + <Power on>
+ Power on
PSR300m
[BANK1] + <Power on>, [BANK2] + <Power on>, [BANK3] + <Power on>, [CHAIN] + <Power on>
+ Power on
PSR320
Simultaneously hold down [+/YES], [-/NO] and press <Power on>
+ Power on
PSR4000
[FADE IN/OUT] +[INTRO B/FILL to B]+ [DEMO] then power on
+ Power on
PSR410
Press [+] and [-]
+ Power on
PSR420
Press [+/YES], [-/NO]
+ Power on
PSR510
Press [+] and [-]
+ Power on
PSR520
Press [+/YES], [-/NO]
+ Power on
PSR6000
UTILITY MODE => RECALL PRESET DATA => SELECT ALL DATA
PSR620
Press [+/YES], [-/NO]
+ Power on
PSR6300
Press [C6] key
+ Power on
PSR70
Press [C5] key
+ Power on
PSR7000
[FADE IN/OUT] +[INTRO B/FILL to B]+ [DEMO] then power on
Select R1 (fact
set)
PSR9000
Power off. Press [DEMO]+[EXIT]+[INTRO-B]. This initiates self test. Use [NEXT] & [BACK] buttons
& press [START] for each test. Power off to exit.
Online
PSR-A3
Press [+/YES], [-1/NO]
+ Power on
QS300
1.
2.
3.
Turn Power On
Press SONG]+[EXIT] – you will see the date and version screen, then it goes to test screen
Press [ENTER] to restore factory settings
Service Manual
QX21
Press [TRACK-2], [->/+1] and [STOP]
+ Power on
REV100
Press [STORE] and turn on Power
press [V] and
[STORE]
RX8
Press [STOP/CONTINUE], [+1/YES], [-1/NO]
+ Power on
RX11
Press [STOP/CONTINUE] & [+1/YES], then Power on
Online
S03
This procedure makes it possible to restore the S03 to the original factory-installed Internal Voices, Multis and
System settings.
WARNING: The current settings for all Multis and User Voices will be deleted. If the current settings and data
are not expendable, create a backup before executing the Factory Reset.
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button. The 'FactorySet' screen will be displayed.
3) Press the [ENTER] button. The 'Sure?' message prompt will appear.
4) Press the [INC/YES] button to execute the Factory Reset. The 'Completed!' message will be displayed to
indicate the procedure has been successfully executed.
5) Press the [EXIT] button to return to the Utility Mode.
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Reference:
Owner's
Manual, p. 92
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
S08
This procedure makes it possible to restore the S08 to the original factory-installed Internal Voices, Multis and
System settings.
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WARNING: The current settings for all Multis and User Voices will be deleted. If the current settings and data
are not expendable, create a backup before executing the Factory Reset.
Reference:
Owner’s
Manual P. 92
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button. The 'FactorySet' screen will be displayed.
3) Press the [ENTER] button. The 'Sure?' message prompt will appear.
4) Press the [INC/YES] button to execute the Factory Reset. The 'Completed!' message will be displayed to
indicate the procedure has been successfully executed.
5) Press the [EXIT] button to return to the Utility Mode.
S30
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
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2) Press the [JOB] button. The screen will display 'UTIL Factory Set) Job'.
3) Press the white [ENTER] button. The screen will display 'Are You Sure? [YES]/[NO]'.
4) Press the white [INC/YES] button. The screen will display 'Executing...'.
5) Press the white [EXIT] button.
S80
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button. The screen will display ‘UTIL Factory Set) Job’.
3) Press the white [ENTER] button. The screen will display ‘Are You Sure? [YES]/[NO]‘.
4) Press the white [INC/YES] button. The screen will display ‘Executing…’.
5) Press the white [EXIT] button.
Reference:
Owner’s
Manual P. 141
S90
S90XS
S70
S70XS
1) Press the [UTILITY] button.
2) Press the [JOB] button.
3) Press the [ENTER] button.
4) Press the [INC/YES] button
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SPX90
Press [BALANCE], [FOOT TRIGGER]
+ Power on
SPX90II
Press [BALANCE], [FOOT TRIGGER]
+ Power on
SY22
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press the [EDIT/UTILITY/COMPARE] switch
Press [SET UP/UTILITY] switch – A ‘U’ should appear on the LED display
Use the [<] and [>] cursor keys to select MEM.PROTECT.
Use [<] and [>] cursor keys to select INT
Use [–1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to turn the INT memory protection OFF
Use [<] and [>] cursor keys to select INIT.VOICE
Press the [>] switch, then press [+1/YES] to Initialize the voice
Use [<] and [>] cursor keys to select INIT.MULTI
Press the [>] switch, then press [+1/YES] to Initialize multi, then [+1/YES] to confirm
Reference:
Owner’s
Manual
P.68-73
Model
SY35
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SY55
1.
2.
3.
SY77
1.
2.
3.
Press the [EDIT/UTILITY/COMPARE] switch
Press [SET UP/UTILITY/7] switch – A ‘U’ should appear on the LED display
Use the [4] and [6] cursor keys to select MEM.PROTECT.
Use [–1/NO] and [+1/YES] keys to turn the INT memory protection OFF.
Use the [4] and [6] cursor keys to select “SU>FACTORY V&M” display
Press [6] cursor key. “Are you sure?” will appear on the display.
Press the [+1/YES] key if you want to go ahead with the factory voice and multi restore operation, or
press [–1/NO] to cancel.
If you press [+1/YES] “>>Completed!!<<” will appear on the display when the restore operation has
finished.
Reference:
Owner’s
Manual
P.40-45
Turn Power on, wait for display to initialize and enter normal mode.
While pressing the [SELECT] switch, press and hold the [EXIT] switch, then the [Utility]
switch. You will now see the ROM version and date.
To reset to FACTORY SETTINGS, press the [EXIT] switch, which will execute test 31 –
Factory Settings. Test mode will then exit
From Service
Manual
Turn Power on.
While pressing the [VOICE] switch, press and hold the [BANK D] button, then the [8] button. The
SY77 will run the INITIAL TEST routine and display the Test Program Menu.
Press the [COPY] button. The SY77 will execute Test 48 'Factory Settings', automatically exit the test
mode, and then return to play mode.
From Service
Manual
1) Turn on the power.
NOTE: All buttons must be pressed and held simultaneously in sequence to engage the test routine.
2) Press and hold down the [SHIFT] button, together with the [STORE] button and then the [EXIT] button.
3) The SY85 will run the initial test routine and display the test menu.
4) Press the [MENU] button. The SY85 will execute test 44 ''Factory Set'' and return to play mode.
5) Press the [+1] button.
6) Reload the internal memory (Synthesizer Data) from the 3.5'' Factory Floppy Disk. This step is required
because all Synthesizer data is deleted.
a) Press the [UTILITY] button.
b) Press the SUB MODE 'DISK' button.
c) Press the [F1] button.
d) Press the [ENTER/YES] button twice.
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SY99
To enter test mode:
1. Turn Power on.
2. While pressing the [VOICE] switch, press and hold the [BANK D] switch, then the [8] switch. The
initial test will run then display the ROM versions.
3. Press [COPY] to execute test 49 – Factory Settings. Test mode will then exit.
From Service
Manual
TG300
Press [OK/YES] + [SHOW] + [UTIL] – you are now in test mode. #14 is Factory Reset.
+ Power on
TMX
Press [UTILITY], [STORE]
+ Power on
YDP200
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
SY85
Reference:
Owner's
Manual, p.225
Model
YAMAHA - Factory Reset / Initialization Procedures
V50
WARNING: All user stored data will be deleted. If the current settings and data are not expendable, create a
backup before executing the Factory Reset. Internal Voice, Internal Performance, Setup, Sequencer Data (All
Songs, and Setup), Rhythm Machine Data (Pattern, Song, and Setup) will be deleted.
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1) Turn on the power.
TIP: All buttons must remain depressed and be pressed in the order mentioned in step #2 for proper execution.
2) Press and hold down the [SEQ] button, then the [CARD] button (located next to the Demo button), and then
the [DEMO] button.
3) Continue to hold the buttons down until the dialog box appears in the display. The display will first indicate
the V50 Test Program and Main Rom Version then will automatically display the question: 'Test Entry Manual?'
4) Press the [DEMO] button. The screen will display: 'Factory Set?'
5) Press the [+1/YES] button. 'OK' will appear beneath the 'Factory Set?' readout, indicating completion of the
Factory Reset, and the V50 will automatically return to Play Mode.
YDP300
Press key[F0] or key[B1]
+ Power on
YDP301
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
YDP88
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
YDP88II
Press key[B1]
+ Power on
If the codes above didn’t work for you, or you couldn’t find your Yamaha keyboard, try the following
codes.
The following information was found at:
http://www.pentinim.idns.jp/9801/testmode.htm
I’m calling this the quick and dirty list :
YAMAHA
Universal?
Power off, then press and hold the last white key on the keyboard on the right.
While holding down the white key, power on.
01V:
[Utility] + [Midi] + Power ON ( Test and Initialize )
01V:
[Memory] + Power ON
02R:
[Stereo Sel] + [>] + Power ON ( Test and Initialize )
03D:
[Store] + [<] + Power ON + [Recall]
A3000:
[Program/Play] + [Command] + Power ON
AN1X:
[0] + [-] + [+] + Power ON ( Testmode )
CBX-K1XG: [Shift] + [Oct up] + [Oct down] (Test)
CS1X:
[7] + [8] + [9] + Power ON ( Initialize )
D1030:
[Delay] + [Utility] + Power ON
D2040:
[Req/D.Att] ofCh1 + [Limit/Comp] ofCh3 + Power ON
D2040:
[0] + [1] + Power ON
D5000:
[Store] + Power ON + [Recall]
DEQ5:
[Flat] + [L] + Power ON + [store]
DEQ5E:
[Group] + [Device] + Power ON + [Memory up] No.10 + [Store]
DEQ7:
[Delay/Level] + [Protect on/off] + Power ON
DMC1000:
[Cursor up] + [Cursor down] from Parameter + Power ON
DMP7:
[Fader Flip] + [<] + Power ON
DMP11:
[PRE POST] + [FADER SPLIT] + [POWER]
DMP7D:
[Fader Flip] + [<] + Power ON
DMR8:
[Mono] + [Comm in] + Power ON
DOM-30:
[1/R] + [15] + Power ON (Testmode)
DOU-10:
[DEMO] + Power ON (Testmode)
DRC-20:
[1/R] + [15] + Power ON (Testmode)
DRU8:
[System Control] + [Chase] + Power ON
DTX:
[Drumkit] + [Page up] + [Page down] + Power ON
DX7:
[Function] + [16] + [32] + Power ON
DX7IID:
[Edit] + [16] + [32] + Power ON
DX7IIFD:
[Edit] + [16] + [32] + Power ON
EMP100:
[Function] + [Cursor up] + Power ON
EMP700:
[Function] + [Cursor up] + Power ON
EX5/7:
Power ON + [Voice] + [Bank H] + [Part 8] ( Test and Initialize )
EX5R:
Power ON + [Voice] + [9] + [6] (Test and Initialize )
FX500:
[Comp] + [Mod] + Power ON
FX500B:
[Comp] + [Mod] + Power ON
FX550:
[Comp] + [Mod] + Power ON
GW10:
[DST] + [CHO] + [DLY] + Power ON
GW33:
[Play] + Power ON
GW50:
[Chord] + [-] + Power ON
KX88:
[Bank A] + [Bank B] + Power ON
M2000:
[02] + [Recall] + [Store]
MDF2:
[MDR] + [UTIL] + [START/STOP] + Power ON (Testmode)
MDF3:
[MDR] + [UTIL] + [START/STOP] + Power ON (Testmode)
MU100R:
[Utility] + [Enter] + Power ON
MU5:
[Value] + [Mute] + [Exit] + Power ON
MU50:
[Utility] + [Enter] + Power ON
MU90R:
[Utility] + [Enter] + Power ON
MU80:
[Utility] + [Enter] + Power ON
P100:
[MIDI] + Power ON
P150:
[MIDI] + [Edit] + Power ON
P200:
[MIDI] + [Edit] + Power ON
P300:
[F6] + [A6] + [C7] + Power ON
P500:
[F6] + [A6] + [C7] + Power ON
P50-M:
[Select] + Power ONProMix01: [Store] + [Inc+] + Power ON ( Initialize )
ProR3:
[Store] + Power ON
PTX8:
[VOICE EDIT] + [STORE/ENTER] , [INC] to Test 15 , [INC]
QR10:
[Variation] + [E] + [Phrase1] + [Phrase2] + Power ON , [INC]
QS300:
Power ON + [SONG] + [SHIFT] + [EXIT] + [ENTER]
QY8:
[-1] + [+1] + Power ON
QY10:
Power ON + [MENU] + [ENTER] + [OCTAVE UP] + [SHIFT] + [ENTER]
QY20:
[-1] + [+1] + [CURSOR RIGHT] + Power ON + [F3]
QY22:
[-1] + [+1] + [CURSOR RIGHT] + Power ON + [F3]
QY70:
[Oct down] + [Oct up] + [1/F#/Gb] + Power ON ( Initialize )
QY70:
[Song] + [ Patt ] + [ FF ] + Power ON (Testmode )
QY700:
[Song] + [Util] + [Disk] + Power ON ( Initialize )
QS300:
Power ON + [Song] + [Exit] ( Initialize )
QX1:
[1] + [2] + [3] +Power ON
QX3:
[INS] + [N] +Power ON
REV500:
[Touch] + Power ON
RM50:
[Play] + [Macro] + [Sound] + Power ON + [Sound]
RX5:
[7] + [9] + Power ON + [+1/YES]
RX8:
[STOP/CONTINUE] + [+1/YES] + [-1/NO] + Power ON
RX17:
[ACCENT] + Power ON + [YES]
RY8:
[ACCENT] + [->] + Power ON + [+1] + [Programm12]
RY10:
[Utility] + [Memory] + Power ON + [+1] + [Start/Go]
RY20:
[-1] + [+1] + Power ON
RY30:
Power ON + [DEC] + [PATTERN] + [DEC] + [PERC2] + [STOP/CONTINUE]
SPX90:
[Foot Trigger] + [Balance] + Power ON ( Initialize )
SPX900:
[Param] + [Trigger] + Power ON ( Test and Initialize )
SPX990:
[Page] + [Store] + [Bypass] + Power ON ( Initialize )
SPX1000:
[PARAM] + [TRIGGER] + [POWER]
SPX50D:
[Bypass] + [Memory] + Power ON + [5] + [Recall] + [Store]
SU10:
Menu [Init]SPX1000: [Param] + [Trigger] + Power ON + [Memory up] + [No10] + [Recall]
SY22:
[Cursor R] + [Cursor L] + [Voice] + Power ON + [Bank Select 4]
SY35:
[Cursor R] + [Cursor L] + [Voice] + Power ON + [Bank Select 4]
SY55:
Power ON + [Select] + [Utility] + [Exit] + [Select]
SY77:
Power ON + [Voice] + [BankD] + [8] + [Copy]
SY77:
VOICE BANK D + 8 + POWER
SY85:
Power ON + [Shift] + [Store] + [Exit] + [Menu] + [+1]
SY99:
Power ON + [Voice] + [BankD] + [8] + [Copy]
TG300:
[OK/YES] + [Util] + [Show] + Power ON + [Test No 14] + [OK/YES]
TG33:
[Voice] + [Demo] + [16] + [Copy] + [Yes]
TG500:
Power ON + [Play] + [Util] + [Exit] + [Copy] + [+1/Yes]
TG55:
Power ON + [Select] + [Exit] + [Utility] + [Select] + [Yes]
TG77:
Power ON + [Voice] + [9] + [Enter] + [Copy] + [Yes]
TMX:
[Utility] + [Store] + Power ON
TX81Z :
[VOL+] + [VOL-] + [<] + [>] + Power ON
TX802 :
[8] + [9] + Power ON
V50:
Power ON + [Card] + [Demo] + [Seq] + [3] + [3] + [Yes]
VL1:
Power ON + [Play] + [H] + [8] + [Copy]
VL1M:
Power ON + [Play] + [Store] + [F8] + [Copy] + [Inc]
VL7:
Power ON + [Play] + [D] + [8]
VL70-M:
[Play] + [Midi/WX] + Power ON + [Select] + [FactorySet] + [Enter]
W5:
Power ON + [Song] + [Cancel] + [Data/Cursor] + [Enter]
W7:
Power ON + [Song] + [Cancel] + [Data/Cursor] + [Enter]
YDG/YDP:
[L] + [R] + [Bypass] + Power ON
Since this information was on the webpage credited above, I just included it here.
KORG
01W:
HOLD RESET AND COMPARE THEN POWER ON.
01WFD:
HOLD RESET AND COMPARE THEN POWER ON.
A1:
HOLD WRITE AND -1 THEN POWER ON.
A2:
HOLD DOWN ARROW AND UP ARROW, POWER ON, PRESS "E" (YES).
A3:
HOLD DOWN ARROW AND UP ARROW, POWER ON, PRESS "E" (YES).
A4:
HOLD WRITE AND BYPASS, THEN POWER ON.
AM8000-R:
HOLD FX1 AND FX2 THEN POWER ON.
C-505:
MIDI/TRANSPOSE + SPLIT AND RESTART UNIT.
DDD-1:
HOLD YES AND NO, THEN POWER ON.
DL8000-R:
HOLD "MS/D" AND "HOLD", THEN POWER ON.
DS-8/707:
HOLD UP AND DOWN, THEN POWER ON.
I1:
HOLD PROGRAM AND DISK, THEN POWER ON.
I2:
HOLD ARR PLAY AND EDIT STYLE THEN POWER ON.
I3:
HOLD ARR PLAY AND EDIT STYLE THEN POWER ON.
I30:
HOLD ARRANGE PLAY AND GLOBAL, THEN POWER ON.
I4S:
HOLD ARR. PLAY AND PROGRAM, THEN POWER ON.
I5M:
HOLD ARR. PLAY AND GLOBAL, THEN POWER ON.
I5S:
HOLD ARR. PLAY AND GLOBAL, THEN POWER ON.
IH:
HOLD DETUNE AND BASS, THEN POWER ON.
IS40/50/I40M:
HOLD ARR. PLAY AND GLOBAL, THEN POWER ON.
KARMA:
HOLD ENTER AND 0, THEN POWER ON.
M1:
HOLD INT, CARD, AND COMBI THEN POWER ON.
M1R:
HOLD INT, PROG, AND COMBI THEN POWER ON.
M3R:
PAGE 5D OF GLOBAL MODE.
N264:
HOLD ENTER AND 7, THEN POWER ON.
N364:
HOLD ENTER AND 7, THEN POWER ON.
O5RW:
HOLD +1 AND -1 THEN POWER ON.
SG-PROX:
HOLD PROGRAM AND PIANO 1, THEN POWER ON.
SG-RACK:
HOLD EDIT AND A4, THEN POWER ON. T SERIES: HOLD LOWER
KEYPAD 0 AND PROG A, POWER ON, AND THEN IMMEDIATELY TURN
OFF.
TR-RACK:
HOLD EDIT AND A4, THEN POWER ON.
TRITON:
HOLD ENTER AND 0, THEN POWER ON.
TRITON RACK:
HOLD ENTER AND 0, THEN POWER ON.
X3:
HOLD ENTER AND CURSOR DOWN THEN POWER ON.
X3R:
HOLD ENTER AND CURSOR DOWN THEN POWER ON.
X5:
HOLD +1 AND -1, THEN POWER ON.
X5D:
HOLD +1 AND -1 THEN POWER ON.
X5DR:
HOLD +1 AND -1 THEN POWER ON.
Z1:
HOLD SW1 AND SW2, THEN POWER ON.
Z1EX:
HOLD SW1 AND SW2, THEN POWER ON
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