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Technique

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Roland® D-50    Key Contact Repair

Roland D-50 Display

D-50 key contacts need cleaning or replacement when certain notes sound too loud, too soft, or unresponsive to the dynamics of your playing.

This story illustrates Roland D-50 disassembly, contact strip removal, contact cleaning, and contact strip installation.

Roland D-50 Keyboard
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RELATED INFO:

• Worn-out Buttons?  New Switches Are Available for the Roland D-50 and others:

Go to Item # SWTAE1. Roland D-50, D-70, Juno-106, Juno-106S, S-50, S-550, S-750, S-770, SB-55, MKB-200, MV-30, PG-300, SP-700, and STUDIO M

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