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  • Microkorg lights going bad

    The display randomly has parts that stop lighting up, making it difficult to read. And the octave up light just gave out completely. Only just happened last night.
    How do I fix this? Do I have to unsolder? Do I need new lights?
    Please help me fix my broken baby!

  • #2
    Woah, hold up. Update bump! When I turn it on, immediately the display is fine. A few seconds later up octave and screen fail. BUT, if I turn it up to a higher setting (e.g. B53), the screen and the octave button light up FINE. When I turn it back down to something low (e.g. A13), it goes out in a few seconds.

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    • #3
      It may be possible to fix it, but the question is how much it migh cost. Given how much a tech would likely charge to work on it buying another one might be a better idea.
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      A Magpie Moment.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxBVa9D0-J4

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      • #4
        It may be possible to fix it, but the question is how much it migh cost. Given how much a tech would likely charge to work on it buying another one might be a better idea.


        This.
        A dead astronaut in space...

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