Korg manufactured the M1 between 1988 and 1994.
Using PCM samples, analog-style sound shaping, and onboard sequencing, it became the
best-selling digital synthesizer of all time.
When data-entry switches wear out in the Korg M1, you have to press their buttons
harder and harder.
In this photo, the #5 button
gave way and broke off of its button group.
This Repair Story shows you how to replace worn-out switches and
buttons in the Korg M1.
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These switches also fit the Korg X3, X2, X5, T1, T2, T3, 01/W, 01/W-FD,
N264, N364, i2, i3, Trinity, Trinity plus, Trinity pro, Wavestation W1,
Wavestation A/D, and microKORG keyboards.