- Joined May 30, 2019
I have a Yamaha Keyboard which I have owned for 25 years. I noticed recently that although some functions still work the actual keys are playing the wrong notes and some are not playing atall. I opened up the keyboard yesterday and discovered some badly damaged resistors. It looks as though battery acid has seeped in and corroded the resistors. However the majority of them are ok. I need to replace about 10 resistors. They all have identical colour coding . I have been trying to work out the value of resistor that I need to get. The photo shows the colour code of the resistors. I worked out that they are 1kohm. 5 x2 x a 100 multiplier value. I go that from red times green times a red multiplier which is 100. Do people agree. If not what is the value of these resistors?
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