270247 - Service Manual
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Opening & Keyboard Disassembling Instructions
Autotest Procedure
Autotest Procedure, Frequently Asked Questions
Block Diagram
Power Amplifier & Supply, Outputs and Phones Boards
Keyboard Interface and L/R Contact Boards
Controls Panel and Display Boards
Cpu & Sound Generator Board Layout & Timing Table
Cpu & Sound Generator Board
Spare Part List
Warnings
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SERVICE MANUAL
Notice
Service must be carried out by qualified personnel only. Any tampering carried out by unqualified personnel during the guarantee period
will forfeit the right to guarantee.
For a correct operation of the instrument, after having switched off, be careful to wait at least 3 seconds before switching on again.
To improve the device's specifications, the schematic diagrams may be subject to change without prior notice.
All components marked by this symbol have special safety characteristics, when replacing any of these components use only
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manufacturer's specified parts.
The (µ) micro symbol of capacitance value is substituted by U.
The (Ω) omega symbol of resistance value is substituted by E.
The electrolytic capacitors are 25Vdc rated voltage unless otherwise specified.
All resistors are 1/8W unless otherwise specified.
All switches shown in the "OFF" position. All DC voltages measured to ground with a voltmeter 20KOhm/V.
Soldering point.
Supply voltage.
Logic supply ground.
Test point.
Analog supply ground.
Male connector.
Female connector.
M/F faston connector.
ATTENTION
Flag joined with one or more flags
with the same signal name inscribed.
Chassis ground.
Earth ground.
Observe precautions when handling electrostatic sensitive devices.
Address
CODE: 270247
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GENERALMUSIC S.p.A. Sales Division: 47842 S.Giovanni in Marignano (RN) ITALY - Via delle Rose, 12
Phone +39(0)541/959511 - Fax +39(0)541/957404 - GENERALMUSIC on the NET: http://www.generalmusic.com
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1) TO REMOVE THE COVER UNSCREW THE 4 SCREWS ON THE REAR, PULL THE COVER TOWARDS YOU AND LIFT IT UP.
2) TO REMOVE THE KEYBOARD COVER UNSCREW THE FOUR SCREWS ON THE BARS (TWO FOR EACH SIDE),
AND PULL OUT THE KEYBOARD COVER.
3) TO REMOVE THE CONTROL PANEL UNSCREW THE SCREWS AT EACH END AND THE SCREWS THAT ANCHOR
THE CONTROL PANEL SUPPORTS TO THE CHASSIS.
4) TO REMOVE THE KEYBOARD UNSCREW THE 8 SCREWS UNDER THE KEYBOARD.
REMOVE THE KEY RETURN SPRING.
UNLOCK THE KEY APPLING NOT MUCH STRENGTH.
NOTE: TO REMOVE A SHARP KEY BEFORE YOU MUST REMOVE THE NEAR NATURAL KEYS.
TP10
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DRW G.Boccato
DWG# 500935
PCB#
GENERALMUSIC S.p.A. ITALY
CKD I.Battelli
DISK:
APP. M.Galanti
REV: 01/02/01
RP220
Opening Instructions
& Keyboard disassembling
ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED, NO COPIES
OR REPRODUCE THIS DOCUMENT WITHOUT
WRITTEN CONSENT BY GENERALMUSIC.
PRT: 1/1
rev. 02-02-01
RP200-220 GRP300 INITIAL CHECK
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RP200
REALPIANO
GEM
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PIANOVELLE
RP200
BALDWIN
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Check the SOFT and SUSTAIN pedals, pressing each one the value change from 0 (released) to 127
(pressed), the DAMPER pedal varying its value continuosly from 0 (released) to nearly 127 (pressed).
|Soft
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GRP300
REALPIANO
GEM
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Check the MIDI I/O connecting the MIDI OUT and MIDI IN sockets by a MIDI cable.
|TEST MIDI IN/OUT|
|LOOP DETECTED OK|
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PIANOVELLE
GRP300
BALDWIN
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Check COMPUTER I/O shorting pin 3 and pin 5 on the COMPUTER socket, check with the oscilloscope a
4Vpp (1Mhz) signal on pin 1, set volume to half stroke.
|TST COMPUTER I/O|
|LOOP DETECTED OK|
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RP220
REALPIANO
GEM
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The instrument generates a 1KHz sinusoidal signal in both audio channels reading data from 104043
ROM. VOLUME controls the amplitude of signal and TRANSPOSE b and # buttons controls the
frequency from 10Hz to 2756Hz.
| SINUS. SWEEP |
|Freq.
1000 Hz|
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PIANOVELLE
RP220
BALDWIN
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Re-set the frequency at 1KHz and check HEADPHONES and AUX outputs with the oscilloscope inserting
a stereo jack in the left phones socket (speakers will go be silent) and two mono jack in the AUX OUT
sockets and set volume to its maximum.
Operations Description
The following procedures must be executed subsequently in the specified order.
Before turn on the instrument check the jumpers setting on CPU & SOUND GENERATOR BOARD
corresponds at the model accordingly to the following table:
MODEL
RP200 GEM
RP200 BALDWIN
GRP300 GEM
GRP300 BALDWIN
RP220 GEM
RP220 BALDWIN
J4
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
J5
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
J3
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
2-3
2-3
J6
1-2
1-2
2-3
2-3
1-2
1-2
J2
1-2
2-3
1-2
2-3
1-2
2-3
v.2.00
v.2.00
v.2.02
v.2.02
or
or
or
or
greater
greater
greater
greater
Remove the secondary fuses F1, F2, F3, located on POWER AMPLIFIER & SUPPLY BOARD; turn on the
instrument and verify the supply AC voltages:
(CN6) between pin1 and pin2 = 27,5 ± 1,5Vac
(CN6) between pin1 and pin3 = 27,5 ± 1,5Vac
(CN6) between pin2 and pin3 = 55 ± 3Vac
(CN12) between pin1 and pin2 = 16 ± 0,8Vac
(CN12) between pin1 and pin3 = 16 ± 0,8Vac
(CN12) between pin2 and pin3 = 32 ± 1,6Vac
Turn off the instrument, and put the fuses back on its holders.
Display
|INTERNAL PRESET|
| GRAND PIANO
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|GR.PIANO sel.:1|
RP200-220 GRP300 AUTOTEST PROCEDURE
Operations Description
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Set the default display contrast in the ± 6 range by pressing the DATA + or - buttons.
|CONTRAST = #
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The instrument shows the date, time and release version of the software loaded in flash memory.
| mmm dd yyyy
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|hh:mm:ss V #.##|
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The instrument asks if you want to update it, press GRAND PIANO to skip, the appropriate procedure
to update the software is explained further.
|EPROM to FLASH |
|push REC to prog|
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The instrument performs the "LIBRARY" Rom memory data checksum and display it in hexadecimal
value.
Sust
0
Damp|
0|
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Set the VOLUME to minimum.
Apply a sinusoidal signal of 0.730Vpp at 1KHz with a generator to the AUX IN left and right sockets
and verify the signal output:
AUX output = 1,35 ± 0.07Vpp
The instrument generates a tone signal in both audio channels reading data from 104023 ROM.
|TONE ON 104023
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Autotest is over, turn off the instrument.
|TEST END: SWITCH|
|POWER TO RESTART|
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Display
The instrument starts in AUTOTEST mode turning on the instrument while pressing down the "GRAND
PIANO" button (pressing PRESET instead GRAND PIANO the procedure starts from LCD display test).
NOTE: Each time you press the "GRAND PIANO" button the autotest procedure proceeds to the next
step.
The instrument performs the flash memory data checksum and display it in hexadecimal value.
NOTE: the BT (boot) value must be EAAB for ver.2.00, if it does not correspond you can not update
software thru serial port but only with Update Software Board see more further.
For example version 2.02 has BT=EAAB PR=A5F4 and ALL=909F.
|U|Button test +|
|D|Vol:127
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XXXXXX|
Now verify the following level of signals:
Phones output without load = 5,7 ± 1.1Vpp and AUX output = 0,8 ± 0,16Vpp
Turn on the instrument and the appropriate welcome message appears on the display.
A few seconds later the led GRAND PIANO light.
Check the supply DC voltages on CPU & SOUND GENERATOR BOARD:
(CN8) between pin9 and pin7 = +5 ± 0,25Vdc
(CN8) between pin1 and pin4 = +12 ± 0,6Vdc
(CN8) between pin1 and pin5 = -12 ± 0,6Vdc
| |Button test
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| |Vol:0
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123456|
Check the VOLUMES ranges from 0 to 127.
Check all buttons (except GRAND PIANO) pressing their one at a time and checking that corresponding
led lights, pressing PAGE UP and DOWN buttons the display shows "U" and "D", pressing DATA + and buttons the display shows "+" and "-", pressing MASTER EQ and DSP buttons the display shows an
"X" in 1 and 2 digits, pressing UP, LEFT, DOWN and RIGHT buttons the display shows an "X" in 3, 4, 5
and 6 digits respectively.
RP98
AUTOTEST
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|Wait
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|Eprom Checksum
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|cks BT
PR ALL|
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|Wait
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|Library Checksum|
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|Wait
|Checksum:
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ok! |
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RP200-220 GRP300 O.S. UPDATING PROCEDURE up to ver. 2.00 with Updating Software Board (751180)
Operations Description
|RAM MEMORY CHECK|
|addr 23BFFF
OK|
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The LCD display test fades from light to dark and viceversa.
|❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚|
|❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚|
|❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚|
Check that all leds are lighting.
|--- LED TEST ---|
|Are all leds on?|
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Display
Start with the instrument in AUTOTEST mode as described above and press GRAND PIANO 2 times
until the display show the software version loaded in flash memory.
| mmm dd yyyy
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|hh:mm:ss V #.##|
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Press GRAND PIANO to skip this procedure.
|EPROM to FLASH |
|push REC to prog|
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|Wait
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|Eprom Checksum
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The instrument performs the flash memory data checksum and displays it in hexadecimal value.
|cks BT
PR ALL|
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Compare the software version and checksum with the value imprinted onto the EPROM, if one of these
does not match, the system must be upgraded, proceed to the next step.
Turn off the instrument.
Insert the EPROM BOARD (where the operating system is stored) in the CN3 connector located on CPU
& SOUND GENERATOR BOARD.
Start with the instrument in AUTOTEST mode as described above and press GRAND PIANO 3 times.
When the display shows this message press REC.
The instrument performs the RAM memory test showing the address checked.
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The instrument erases the previous data in flash memory. After which the instrument displays the
amount of memory programming and finally the operation successful. If the programming fails check
the EPROM BOARD connection and repeat this procedure from start.
The instrument performs the eprom memory data checksum and display it in hexadecimal value,
compare this value with the value imprinted onto the EPROM: if it matches the EPROM is good.
|EPROM to FLASH |
|push REC to prog|
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|EPROM to FLASH
|erasing
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|EPROM to FLASH |
|prog: 1024/1024K|
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|Wait
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|Eprom Checksum
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|cks BT
PR ALL|
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rev. 19-07-00
Turn off the instrument and disconnect the EPROM BOARD.
Start with the instrument in AUTOTEST mode as described above and press GRAND PIANO 2 times
until the display show the new software version loaded in flash memory.
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|hh:mm:ss V #.##|
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Press GRAND PIANO to skip this procedure.
|EPROM to FLASH |
|push REC to prog|
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The instrument performs the flash memory data checksum and display it in hexadecimal value,
compare this value with the value imprinted onto the EPROM: if it matches the procedure has been
executed succesfully.
|Wait
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|Eprom Checksum
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RP series FAQ
Questions
1
What do the pedals make?
Soft (left pedal):
This pedal is a switch control pedal (on/off) and affects the timbre of the
instrument such that it plays softer, allowing you to continue using the same
playing style at a lower volume.
Sostenuto only for some models (centre pedal):
This pedal is a switch control pedal (on/off) which sustains the notes of the key
currently depressed, all new notes played after having depressed the pedal are
not affected, this pedal operates like a grand piano centre pedal.
Damper (right pedal):
This pedal applies the sustain effect to all notes released. If you release a note
after depressing the damper, the note will proceed towards its natural decay
according to the type of sound played.
The Damper pedal is particularly effective with Piano type sounds, it is controlled
by a "Damper Physical Model" patented by Generalmusic.
2
Why do the uppermost keys play always
sustained?
For all piano sounds the notes from E6 to C8 are automatically sustained such as
in an acoustic piano.
3
Why do all pedals work in reverse mode?
The instrument reads the status of the pedals at the power on and assume this
status (normally open or normally closed depends by the type of pedal) as the
default status in the rest position.
The pedals must be inserted before you switch on the instrument.
4
Why do some pedal work in reverse mode?
For the same reason explained first you have not to press a pedal while the
instrument is switched on and until it is ready to use.
5
Set the potentiometer to have about 700 ohm between pin 5 and 1 of DIN plug
I have replaced the DAMPER pedal
with the pedal at the rest position.
potentiometer, how do I let position it correctly? Note: the Damper potentiometer have a special resistive stroke, when you
replace it use the manufacturer's part only (code 070556).
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|cks BT
PR ALL|
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The procedure proceed as described in AUTOTEST section, if you do not want to check the rest of the
instrument simply turn off it.
RP200-220 GRP300 O.S. UPDATING PROCEDURE from Serial Port (COMPUTER) ver. 2.xx or greater
Operations Description
Display
NOTE: This procedure is valid only if the software version installed on the piano is the 2.00 or greater.
Some additional tips and advices are included in the Flashblaster Firmware Update Disk. The disk
containing the Fblaster program can also be downloaded by internet at generalmusic web site
(www.generalmusic.com) or required at [email protected]
Connect the serial cable between the COMPUTER of the piano and the RS232 COM port of the
computer (PC-Ibm or compatible).
Insert the disk in the drive A (or whatever your 3.5" drive is assigned to), open the contents of drive A
and double click on the fblaster.exe file.
From the OPTIONS/SETTINGS menu, make sure that the TEST AND PROGRAM choice is selected. This
is very important.
Turn on the piano, while holding down the REC button until the display shows:
|READY TO UPDATE |
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How can I do a complete SYSTEM RESET?
Turn on the instrument while pressing down the "General" button.
Each time you do an autotest procedure a system reset is performed.
Click with the mouse on the GO! button or, from the ACTION menu, select EXECUTE (ALT+A, E). The
piano display appears as follows:
|TESTING...
|n1/n2 PACKETS
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Why does not the instrument respond correctly
to the key pressed on keyboard after I have
replaced the CPU Board?
If the CPU Board replaced is the right type check the jumper setting on it as
described on this service manual and execute a complete Autotest.
At the end of the test the following display appears:
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Why does not the instrument respond correctly
to the button pressed on controls panel after I
have replaced the CPU Board?
If the CPU Board replaced is the right type check the jumper setting on it as
described on this service manual and execute a complete Autotest.
After a short time, the following display appears:
|ERASING...
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Why does not the instrument respond correctly
to the pedal pressed after I have replaced the
CPU Board?
If the CPU Board replaced is the right type check the jumper setting on it as
described on this service manual and execute a complete Autotest.
You are now erasing the old operating system from FLASH memory. When the system is erased, the
following display appears as your new operating system is installed into Flash Memory:
|UPDATING...
|n1/n2 PACKETS
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Why does not the Instrument retain the user
presets and data?
When the entire update procedure is completed, the following display appears:
|UPDATE_OK:SWITCH|
|POWER TO RESTART|
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After a long period of inactivity may be occur that the internal battery backup
have not a sufficient time for re-charging during the normal activity, try to leave
the instrument switched on for about 12-14 hours. Afterwards if the instrument
will lost the data again, replace the battery.
TEST OK
The update has now been successfully completed. Turn off the power switch on the piano, and turn it
back on again to use your updated instrument.
RP200-220 GRP300 Some Repairing Tips
Operations Description
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Answers
Display
This message could be appear if an error occur on the communication channel.
Possible solutions:
1) inconsistent data received on MIDI or COMPUTER input socket, check the ratings of the device
connected to the piano.
2) if the error persist, try to replace Outputs Board first and CPU board second.
|MIDI SCI error
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This message could be appear if an error occur on the communication channel.
Possible solutions:
1) verify all the connections between Keyboard Interface Board and the CPU board.
2) if the error persist, try to replace Keyboard Interface Board first and CPU board second.
|VALIS SCI error |
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This message could be appear if an error occur on the communication between CPU and DISP3 chips.
Possible solutions:
1) verify all the tracks, solders and components between CPU and DISP3 chips as shown in
schematics.
2) if the error persist, replace the CPU board and send back to generalmusic the failed CPU board.
|Disp Failure
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CPU & SOUND GENERATOR BOARD (PCB#310603)
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Spare Part List
Legend
EU
US
R
B
M
W
Gem
Baldwin
Code
= Specify European Version (230Vac)
= Specify United States Version (115Vac)
= Rosewood Finish
= Gloss Black Finish
= Mahogany Finish
= Gloss White Finish
= Gem Version
= Baldwin Version
Description
130301
970296
970297
970319
970298
2mt Midi
Pianist’s
Pianist’s
Pianist’s
Pianist’s
271310
271311
130274
130276
Owner’s Manual (Italian-English-French-German) (Gem)
Owner’s Manual (English-French-Spanish) (Baldwin)
Mains Cable (EU)
Mains Cable (US)
830756
830763
830765
830764
720616
720626
720613
660655
660667
210018
710573
770883
130270
340928
262083
262082
262036
262035
261866
220120
220118
210242
210217
210215
210054
120684
120413
120374
120063
660407
262031
262178
262180
262179
262030
262175
262177
262176
262029
262172
262174
262173
171702
171701
171505
170585
129073
120681
120523
120489
120341
120128
120119
120070
Stand & Pedals Assembly (R)
Stand & Pedals Assembly (B)
Stand & Pedals Assembly (M)
Stand & Pedals Assembly (W)
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Crossbar with Pedals (B) (M) (R)
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Crossbar with Pedals (W)
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Triple Pedal Assembly (replace entirely)
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Crossbar (B) (M) (R)
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Crossbar (W)
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1x5mm Adhesive Red Felt (specify mt)
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Speakers Box
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Speakers Box Cables Assembly
*** Speakers Cable with Jack Plug
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Plastic Speaker Box
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150x391mm Wood Panel
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150x800mm Wood Panel
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Rear Panel
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Front Panel
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20x20x200mm Deal Fillet
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6" 8ohm Full-range Speaker
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8" 8ohm Woofer Speaker
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Filler for Speaker Box (Specify m²)
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Black Sealer (specify mt)
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Adhesive Rubber Foam 10x1.9mm (Specify mt)
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1x5mm Adhesive Spik (specify mt)
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M4x10 Sleeve
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WL3.5x30tt Black Screw
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WL4x15tt Black Screw
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M4x20tc Black Screw
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Support for Rear Panel
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Foot (R)
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Foot (B)
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Foot (M)
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Foot (W)
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Left Leg (R)
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Left Leg (B)
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Left Leg (M)
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Left Leg (W)
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Right Leg (R)
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Right Leg (B)
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Right Leg (M)
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Right Leg (W)
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Right Cabinet Support
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Left Cabinet Support
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Angular Fixing
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Metal Foot
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WL4.5x50ts Screw
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MA6x13 Sleeve
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6mm Black Spring Washer
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14x6.4x2 Black Nylon Washer
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WL4x20tt Black Screw
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M6x35tc Black Screw
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M4x16tc Black Screw
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M6x20tc Black Screw
710638
710639
Cover Assembly (R)
Cover Assembly (B)
Optional Accessories
Cable
Bench
Bench
Bench
Bench
(R)
(B)
(M)
(W)
Accessories
Consolette
Cabinet
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710640
710641
340960
653503
653504
262299
262300
262301
262302
262271
262037
262181
262183
262182
120463
120322
120288
710634
710635
710636
710637
770903
660609
660405
510302
510303
510304
510305
262294
262295
262296
262297
262042
262024
262163
262165
262164
262023
262160
262162
262161
261799
261836
261957
261852
210054
171756
171606
171605
171331
171330
120684
120681
120374
120341
120340
120312
710643
710645
710647
710642
710644
710646
710648
660406
323062
262051
262220
262222
262221
171361
120289
120272
710575
710595
710597
710596
324405
323069
320400
262041
262193
262195
262194
262040
Cover Assembly (M)
Cover Assembly (W)
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Music Stop (R)(M)
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Music Stop (B)
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Music Stop (W)
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Cover (R)
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Cover (B)
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Cover (M)
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Cover (W)
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Fillet
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Front Cover Bar (R)
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Front Cover Bar (B)
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Front Cover Bar (M)
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Front Cover Bar (W)
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4.3x12.5x1 Black Washer
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WL4x15tc Black Screw
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WL3x20tc Black Screw
Cabinet Assembly (R)
Cabinet Assembly (B)
Cabinet Assembly (M)
Cabinet Assembly (W)
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Speakers Cables Assembly
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Speaker Jack Socket Support
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50x240mm Heatsink Grid
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Wooden Parts (R)
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Wooden Parts (B)
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Wooden Parts (M)
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Wooden Parts (W)
**
Rear Panel (R)
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Rear Panel (B)
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Rear Panel (M)
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Rear Panel (W)
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Keyboard Cover Guide
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Left Side (R)
**
Left Side (B)
**
Left Side (M)
**
Left Side (W)
**
Right Side (R)
**
Right Side (B)
**
Right Side (M)
**
Right Side (W)
**
Keyboard Cross-Bar (R)
**
Keyboard Cross-Bar (B)
**
Keyboard Cross-Bar (M)
**
Keyboard Cross-Bar (W)
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1x5mm Adhesive Spik (specify mt)
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Angular Fixing
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Angular Reinforcement
*
Keyboard Crossbar Support
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Left Cover Clamp
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Right Cover Clamp
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M4x10 Sleeve
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MA6x13 Sleeve
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WL4x15tt Black Screw
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WL4x20tt Black Screw
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WL4x12tt Black Screw
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WL4x10tt Black Screw
Music Stand Assembly (R)(Gem)
Music Stand Assembly (B)(Gem)
Music Stand Assembly (M)(Gem)
Music Stand Assembly (R)(Baldwin)
Music Stand Assembly (B)(Baldwin)
Music Stand Assembly (M)(Baldwin)
Music Stand Assembly (W)(Baldwin)
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Stop Pinch Bar for Music Stand
*
Adhesive Bumpon Rubber
*
Music Stand (R)
*
Music Stand (B)
*
Music Stand (M)
*
Music Stand (W)
*
Music Stand Hinge
*
WL3x10ts Black Screw
*
WL3x10tc Black Screw
Keyboard Cover (R)
Keyboard Cover (B)
Keyboard Cover (M)
Keyboard Cover (W)
*
Hinge between Front and Top Keyb. Covers
*
11.1X5mm Bumpon Rubber
*
WL2.6x9.5tsp Brass Screw
*
Revolving Cross Bar (R)
*
Revolving Cross Bar (B)
*
Revolving Cross Bar (M)
*
Revolving Cross Bar (W)
*
Cover Finishing (R)
262190
262192
262191
262039
262187
262189
262188
262038
262184
262186
262185
210017
171774
171628
120684
120336
120034
262033
120523
120489
120456
120412
120080
120073
120070
653491
653456
653493
653490
653455
653462
340933
340916
340329
340075
210016
180779
180675
180674
180785
180781
180780
180676
171758
171757
171738
120968
120581
120522
120489
120463
120412
120405
120341
120340
120293
120289
120117
120094
120063
120059
120028
120025
*
Cover Finishing (B)
*
Cover Finishing (M)
*
Cover Finishing (W)
*
Rear Cover (R)
*
Rear Cover (B)
*
Rear Cover (M)
*
Rear Cover (W)
*
Front Cover (R)
*
Front Cover (B)
*
Front Cover (M)
*
Front Cover (W)
*
2x10mm Adhesive Black Felt (specify mt)
*
Hinge between Covers
*
Angular Guide
*
M4x10 Sleeve
*
WL4x25tt Black Screw
*
M4x12tc Black Screw
Rear Stand Panel
6mm Black Spring Washer
14x6.4x2 Black Nylon Washer
6.5x12.5x1.5 Black Washer
WL4x35tt Burnished Screw
M6x30tc Black Screw
M6x50te Black Screw
M6x20tc Black Screw
Left Cheek Block for Keyboard (R)(M)
Left Cheek Block for Keyboard (B)
Left Cheek Block for Keyboard (W)
Right Cheek Block for Keyboard (R)(M)
Right Cheek Block for Keyboard (B)
Right Cheek Block for Keyboard (W)
5x5.9x12 Insulated Bush
Button for Power Switch
Rubber Bush for Cable
PC-Board Spacer
1x10mm Adhesive Black Felt (specify mt)
210x62mm “Gem” Adhesive
40.5x12 “Gem” Adhesive Plate
20x24mm “GM” Logo Adhesive Plate
13X71MM “Pianovelle” Adhesive
75x17mm “Pianovelle” Adhesive
210x62mm “Baldwin Pianovelle” Adhesive
82x13.3mm “Baldwin” Logo Adhesive Plate
Left Arm for Keyboard Cover
Right Arm for Keyboard Cover
Mains Switch Support
Bush for Keyboard Cover
M3 Black Self-Locking Nut
4mm Black Spring Washer
14x6.4x2 Black Nylon Washer
4.3x12.5x1 Black Washer
WL4x35tt Burnished Screw
B3.5x9.5tc Black Screw
WL4x20tt Black Screw
WL4x12tt Black Screw
WL3x25ts Brassed Screw
WL3x10ts Black Screw
M4x8tc Black Screw
M3x30tsp Black Screw
M4x20tc Black Screw
M4x25tc Black Screw
M3x6tc Black Screw
M3x10tsp Black Screw
110614
770904
110320
768198
230565
140010
020493
010545
230130
230131
Mains Socket
Mains Cables Assembly
*
Power Switch
Mains Filter Board (Pcb#310643)
*
2.5mH 250V 3A AC Line Filter
*
3 Contacts P=10 Vert Terminal Block
*
100n 250Vac MKP EMI Capacitor “Siemens”
*
4n7 250V Ceramic Capacitor (Iec-Ul-Csa)
Transformer 230Vac 220W (EU)
Transformer 115Vac 220W (US)
110020
110010
110083
110021
731004
340154
340079
340078
T5A Fuse 5x20mm (EU)
T2A Fuse 5x20mm (EU)
T2A Fuse 6.3x32mm (US)
T5A Fuse 6.3x32mm (US)
Power Amplifier & Supply Board (Pcb#310604)
*
TO3/TO218 Mica Washer
*
TO220 Mica Washer
*
TO220 Insulated Bush
Mains & Transformer Assembly
Power Amplifier & Supply Board
230527
230524
171660
171659
171658
170716
141101
141010
140929
140917
140908
140010
120857
120581
120521
120255
120003
110119
100965
100900
100045
100043
090183
080605
080171
080156
080103
052060
052054
052052
052050
052048
052040
052036
052024
050131
030950
030929
030880
030856
030555
030486
030485
030403
030324
030245
030082
030005
021028
021024
021018
021004
010595
010462
010402
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
BL02RN2-R62 EMI Coil For Signal
100uH Switching Coil
Right Support Board
Left Support Board
Heatsink
TO220 38mm height Heatsink
4 Contacts Vert Male Connector
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
9 Contacts Vert Male Connector
2 Contacts Vert Male Connector
6 Contacts Vert Male Small Connector
3 Contacts P=10 Vert Terminal Block
Vertical Male Faston 6.3mm
M3 Black Self-Locking Nut
3mm Black Spring Washer
B2.9x6.5tc Screw
M3x8tc Black Screw
Fuse Clip 10A max (EU) (US)
TDA7294 70W Audio Amplifier with Mute
L4960 5-40V 2.5A Switching Regulator
7812 +12V 1A Voltage Regulator
7912 -12V 1A Voltage Regulator
BC550C TO92 LN Npn Transistor
KBL02 4A 200V Rectifier Diode Bridge
FE6B 6A 100V Fast Recovery Diode
1N4002 1A 100V Rectifier Diode
1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
100K 1/8w 5% Resistor
33K 1/8w 5% Resistor
22K 1/8w 5% Resistor
15K 1/8w 5% Resistor
10K 1/8w 5% Resistor
2K2 1/8w 5% Resistor
1K 1/8w 5% Resistor
100E 1/8w 5% Resistor
10E 1/4W 5% Resistor
470u 16V 20% Low Esr Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
4u7 35V 20% Electrolytic Tantalium Capacitor
10000uF 25V Snap-In Electrolytic Capacitor
4700uF 25V Snap-In Electrolytic Capacitor
4700u 50V 20% Snap-In Electrolytic Capacitor
100u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
100u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
47u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
22u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
10u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
2u2 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
1u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
220n 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
100n 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
33n 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
2n2 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
1n 50V 10% CL2 Ceramic Capacitor
330p 50V 10% CL2 Ceramic Capacitor
731029
230587
230533
141101
120581
120013
030348
030171
229015
171780
Crossover Board (Pcb#310651)
*
3.5mH 0.56mm Crossover Core Coil
*
0.45mH 1mm Crossover Coil
*
4 Contacts Vert Male Connector
*
M3 Black Self-Locking Nut
*
M3x25tc Black Screw
*
47u 100V 20% Axial Electrolytic Bipolar Capacitor
*
4u7 63V 20% Axial Electrolytic Bipolar Capacitor
1" 8ohm Dome Tweeter Speaker
Tweeter Support
720568
840762
840761
761173
141018
141011
140918
100740
100605
050493
050492
050414
010725
010662
010661
720559
Keyboard Assembly (TP10MDS)
*
20 Wires 25cm Length Flat Cable
*
20 Wires 12.5cm Length Flat Cable
*
Keyboard Interface Board (Pcb#315024)
**
20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
**
6 Contacts Vert Female Connector
**
2 Contacts Hor Male Connector
**
HD6433278 Cpu F=20MHz
**
74HC125 Quad 3-State Buffer
**
10Kx4 1/8w 5% Resistor Array
**
10Kx8 1/8w 5% Resistor Array
**
2K2x4 1/8w 5% Resistor Array
**
20MHz Ceramic Resonator With Capacitors
**
220p 10% 50V X8 Cap Array
**
47p 10% 50V X8 Cap Array
*
Keyboard Assembly (TP10MDS)
Crossover & Tweeter Assembly
Keyboard Assembly
840738
810552
340764
340211
141018
141010
080103
810551
340212
340211
141018
141010
080103
500074
160214
160213
151226
151225
151224
151223
151222
151221
151220
151219
151218
151217
120272
340092
210017
120288
**
**
***
***
***
***
***
**
***
***
***
***
***
**
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
***
**
*
*
*
4 Wires 5cm Length Flat Cable
39N Left Contacts Board (Pcb#310531)
3 Dual Contacts Rubber Strip
12 Dual Contact Rubber Strip
20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
49N Right Contacts Board (Pcb#310530)
13 Dual Contact Rubber Strip
12 Dual Contact Rubber Strip
20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
Mechanicals Parts (TP10MDS)
Sharp Key Return Spring (TP10MDF/s)
Natural Key Return Spring (TP10MDF/s)
Last C Key (TP10MDS)
First A Key (TP10MDS)
Sharp Key (TP10MDS)
B Key (TP10MDS)
A Key (TP10MDS)
G Key (TP10MDS)
F Key (TP10MDS)
E Key (TP10MDS)
D Key (TP10MDS)
C Key (TP10MDS)
WL3x10tc Black Screw
5mm Board Spacer
2x10mm Adhesive Black Felt (specify mt)
WL3x20tc Black Screw
820618
820619
820620
841247
840844
810678
731001
141018
140918
140529
100606
090194
080752
080724
080103
070551
052060
052052
052036
052028
030403
030245
010595
731000
141018
140918
140874
090194
080754
080103
052051
052039
040095
030246
030006
010595
010387
120579
120145
660700
660701
660702
653488
653487
653485
653484
653482
653481
652735
651563
340915
340820
340523
Controls Panel Assembly (R)(M)
Controls Panel Assembly (B)
Controls Panel Assembly (W)
*
20 Wires 32cm Flat Cable with Ferrite and 3 blocks
*
2 Wires 7.5cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
*
Controls Panel & Display Board Assembly
**
Controls Panel Board (Pcb#310622)
*** 20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*** 2 Contacts Hor Male Connector
*** Microswitch 12V 50mA 0.25mm
*** 74HC138 1 Of 8 Decoder
*** BC560C TO92 LN Pnp Transistor
*** Led 3mm Wide Diffused Red
*** Led 3mm 40deg High Eff Green
*** 1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
*** 10K Linear 30mm Slider Potentiometer
*** 100K 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 22K 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 1K 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 220E 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 47u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*** 10u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*** 100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
**
Display Board (Pcb#310637)
*** 20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*** 2 Contacts Hor Male Connector
*** Single In Line Vert Male Strip (specify contacts)
*** BC560C TO92 LN Pnp Transistor
*** LMC97S005A Lcd Display 128X64 dots
*** 1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
*** 18K 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 1K8 1/8w 5% Resistor
*** 6E8 1/2W 5% Resistor
*** 10u 25V 20% Low Prof Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*** 1u 50V 20% Low Prof Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*** 100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
*** 220p 50V 10% CL2 Ceramic Capacitor
**
M2 Nut
**
M2x10tc Black Screw
*
Controls Panel (R)(M)
*
Controls Panel (B)
*
Controls Panel (W)
*
<+/-> Rubber Pad
*
<<>> Rubber Pad
*
<DEMO-VIBES> Rubber Pad
*
<PLAY-REC> Rubber Pad
*
<SPLIT-EQUAL.> Rubber Pad
*
<GRAND-PIANO> Rubber Pad
*
Display Screen
*
Cloth For Panel Slits
*
LED Lens
*
Slider Knob
*
6.5mm Spacer
Controls Panel Assembly
340512
210258
210020
210017
171819
120581
*
*
*
*
*
*
Slider Potentiometer Guide
Slider Potentiometer Felt
1.5x12mm Adhesive Red Felt (specify mt)
2x10mm Adhesive Black Felt (specify mt)
Controls Panel Support
M3 Black Self-Locking Nut
CPU & Sound Generator Board
761172
560021
560020
141018
141012
141011
141010
140930
140877
140874
110282
106003
106001
105009
105006
104042
104041
104030
104023
104014
104000
103040
103012
103010
103009
103004
103002
103001
091001
091000
081204
081000
055101
055100
054060
054054
054048
054045
054042
054040
054036
054032
054029
054028
054027
054026
054024
054018
054012
030565
030245
011501
011500
011103
011060
011048
011036
011032
011028
011014
011012
010727
010704
110282
CPU & Sound Generator Board (Pcb#310603)
*
GAL 16V8C-7 Programmed Disp3 Ram Read
*
GAL 16V8C-7 Programmed Disp3 Ram Write
*
20 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
8 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
6 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
9 Contacts Hor Male Connector
*
Jumper For Contacts Strip (p=2.54mm)
*
Single In Line Vert Male Strip (specify contacts)
*
3.6V 60mAh Nicd Battery
*
MAX709 Power Monitor With Reset
*
MC33078P SOIC Dual Low Noise Op. Amp.
*
DISP3 QFP Digital Sound Processor (Hitachi)
*
HD6413003F16 QFP Cpu
*
HM5118160J-5 16Mbit Dram Ta=50nS
*
23C64000G SOP 64MBit Rom “Wave98”
*
AM29F400B-90EC TSOP 4Mbit Flash Memory Ta=90nS
*
23C32000G SOP 32Mbit Rom “ProWave3”
*
HN624316FBC30 SOP 16Mbit Rom “Library”
*
HM628128LFP5 SOP 1Mbit Static Ram Ta=55nS
*
74F245 SOIC Octal Bus Transceiver
*
74HC125D SOIC Quad Tri-State Buffer
*
74HC04D SOIC Hex Inverter
*
74HC02D SOIC Quad 2-In Nor Gate
*
AD1865R SOP 18bit D/A Converter
*
74HC245DW SOIC Octal Bus Transceiver
*
74HC08D SOIC Quad 2-Input And Gate
*
BC857 TO236 Smd Pnp Transistor
*
BC847 TO236 Smd Npn Transistor
*
5V6 1/2W 5% Smd Zener Diode
*
PMLL4148 Smd 100mA 75V Signal Diode
*
4K7 X4 1/16w 5% Smd Resistor Array
*
100E X4 1/16w 5% Smd Resistor Array
*
100K 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
33K 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
10K 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
5K6 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
3K3 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
2K2 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
1K 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
470E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
270E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
220E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
180E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
150E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
100E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
33E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
10E 1/10w 5% Smd Resistor 0805
*
220u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*
10u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
*
220pF x4 10% 100V NP0 Smd Capacitor Array
*
47pF x4 10% 100V NP0 Smd Capacitor Array
*
1u 16V 10% Smd CL2 XTR 1206
*
100n 50V 10% Smd CL2 Y5V 0805
*
10n 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
1n 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
470p 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
220p 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
15p 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
10p 50V 10% Smd CL2 X7R 0805
*
45.1584MHz Quartz Resonator
*
16MHz Quartz Resonator
*
3.6V 60mAh Nicd Battery
Mixer & Phones Amp. Board
731024
141011
141010
140935
140918
140889
140872
110305
106007
100919
090183
Mixer & Phones Amp. Board (Pcb#310658)
*
6 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
*
6 Contacts Hor Male Connector
*
2 Contacts Hor Male Connector
*
Dual In Line Vert Male Strip (specify contacts)
*
4 Contatcs Hor Male Connector
*
Relay 12V / 2 Switch 1A 250Vac
*
TDA8542AT SOIC 2X1.5W BTL Audio Amplifier
*
MC33078 Dual LN Operational Amplifier
*
BC550C TO92 LN Npn Transistor
080241
080156
080103
052068
052060
052056
052053
052050
052048
052047
052044
052042
052041
052035
052024
030565
030403
030005
021014
021000
010595
010346
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
5V6 1W 5% Zener Diode
1N4002 1A 100V Rectifier Diode
1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
470K 1/8w 5% Resistor
100K 1/8w 5% Resistor
47K 1/8w 5% Resistor
27K 1/8w 5% Resistor
15K 1/8w 5% Resistor
10K 1/8w 5% Resistor
8K2 1/8w 5% Resistor
4K7 1/8w 5% Resistor
3K3 1/8w 5% Resistor
2K7 1/8w 5% Resistor
820E 1/8w 5% Resistor
100E 1/8w 5% Resistor
220u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
47u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
1u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
15n 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
1n 63V 10% MKT Polyester Capacitor
100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
100p 50V 5% CL1 N750 Ceramic Capacitor
731018
731007
230569
140872
140217
140207
120849
040232
010595
652854
210017
171327
120292
Phones Assembly
*
Phones Board (Pcb#310513)
**
FL5R200PNT EMI Coil For Signal
**
4 Contatcs Hor Male Connector
**
Jack Slim Horizontal S-F Socket
**
Jack Horizontal F Socket (with dual switch)
**
Hor Pc Male Faston 2.8
**
68E 1/2W 5% Resistor
**
100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
*
Phones Board Support
*
2x10mm Adhesive Black Felt (specify mt)
*
PC-Board Fixing
*
WL3x10tc Black Screw
730996
730995
230569
230527
141012
141010
140918
140908
140247
140217
140216
140212
120857
100734
100602
100035
090194
090183
080103
052060
052056
052048
052044
052036
052034
052030
052028
030565
030324
030245
030005
010595
653440
210018
171329
120292
Outputs Assembly
*
Outputs Board (Pcb#310608)
**
FL5R200PNT EMI Coil For Signal
**
BL02RN2-R62 EMI Coil For Signal
**
8 Contacts Vert Female Connector
**
4 Contacts Vert Female Connector
**
2 Contacts Hor Male Connector
**
6 Contacts Vert Male Small Connector
**
8 Poles Mini Din Female Socket
**
Jack Slim Horizontal S-F Socket
**
6 Poles Din Horizontal Female Socket
**
5 Poles Din Horizontal Female Socket
**
Vertical Male Faston 6.3mm
**
MAX202E RS232 Drivers/Receiver
**
74HC04 Hex Inverter
**
6N138 Optocoupler
**
BC560C TO92 LN Pnp Transistor
**
BC550C TO92 LN Npn Transistor
**
1N4148 100mA 75V Signal Diode
**
100K 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
47K 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
10K 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
4K7 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
1K 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
680E 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
330E 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
220E 1/8w 5% Resistor
**
220u 25V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
**
22u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
**
10u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
**
1u 50V 20% Vert Electrolytic Capacitor
**
100n 50V -20+80% Ceramic Cap. Multilayer
*
Outputs Panel
*
1x5mm Adhesive Red Felt (specify mt)
*
Support for Outputs Panel
*
WL3x10tc Black Screw
841252
841251
841250
841249
841218
841011
841010
840830
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
840792
840782
840768
840767
*
*
*
*
4
6
4
2
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
35cm
35cm
10cm
30cm
Length
Length
Length
Length
Flat Cable
Flat Cable
Flat Cable
Crimp Terminal Cable
Updating Software Board
751180
550658
Updating Software Board (Pcb#315166)
Eprom with Last Software Version for RP200, RP220, GRP300 Digital Pianos
Phones Assembly
Outputs Assembly
Wiring Connections
6
9
4
8
6
6
2
4
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
Wires
12.5cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
20cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
110cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
40cm Length Flat Cable
60cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
65cm Length Flat Cable
50cm Length Crimp Terminal Cable
25cm Length Flat Cable
Note:
Each spare part is single quantity unless otherwise specified.
Asterisk prefix explanation:
Omitted
= First level spare part.
One asterisk = Second level, part of previous listed first level part.
Two asterisk = Third level, part of previous listed second level part.
Three asterisk = ............
Any request for not above mentioned part must encompass specific description including:
1) Model name,
2) Section name,
3) Module code,
4) Reference name,
5) Quantity number.
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