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Removing keys?

shezza

shezza
United Kingdom

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Joined: January 9, 2016

Hi all, I have just come into possession of a KN7000 but the keys look as though they have been mutilated (strange I know) anyway I am not interested in restoring or replacing the keys. In fact given the fact that all the buttons etc are on the main panel what I would like to do is take all the internal boards out and put them in a smaller housing to make a sound module out of it. So I suppose what I am asking is when the keys are disconnected from the rest of the innards would it break the whole circuit.Or would it still work,apart from having keys of course.

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Posted on July 18, 2016 at 12:55 PM
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admin

admin
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Re: Removing keys?

Hi Shezza,

Oh my goodness! Don't do it lol!

Why not replace the keys, they are easy to replace. You can use either of your keyboards as a module with keys anyway. In your shoes I'd be looking for a non-working keyboard to re-use the keys. Keys for many models are common, you could use keys from KN3000, KN5000, KN6000 for example.

Best wishes,
Mike

Posted on July 24, 2016 at 4:26 PM