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Q: Digital Piano Repair ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Digital Piano Repair
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: oldesmoothy-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 03 Sep 2005 04:21 PDT
Expires: 03 Oct 2005 04:21 PDT
Question ID: 563839
I have a digital piano. Technics SX - P30.  Had it for 8 years.  I'm told
the company no longer exists.  Was told by a local keyboard repairman that
the keypads are worn down and impossible
to find parts (keypads).  Hear sharp, piercing notes when I play.
Aren't there generic parts available?  Also, is there anybody in the local
Long Island area that can repair it?  However, I can ship it.

Request for Question Clarification by sublime1-ga on 03 Sep 2005 12:36 PDT

I own and play a keyboard, as well, so I empathize with
your problem. Since you're dealing with a defunct company,
you should probably resign yourself to shipping for repairs.
While lack of parts may be an insurmountable problem, only
a technician who specializes in the instrument will know
for sure.

The Musical Instrument Technicians Association has a large
directory of technicians. A Google search of their site for
"Technics" gives these results:

Among those listings, Judy's Piano repair looks promising:

Judy Rapp
Judy's Piano Service (Authorized service center for Technics)
1151 West 400 North West
Bountiful, UT 84087
801-295-5485 - fax
801-298-7875 - Home/Business

From this page:

As does Dennis Orris, who is listed as having been
certified by Technics in 3/91, as noted on this page:

Dennis Orris
Max Midium, Inc.
1710 N. Hercules Ave. #106
Clearwater, FL. 33765-1113

From this page:

Let me know where this takes you...


Request for Question Clarification by efn-ga on 03 Sep 2005 13:02 PDT
Hi oldesmoothy,

Technics is a brand of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. of
Japan, which is still in business (fiscal year 2005 revenue of
eighty-one billion dollars according to Yahoo! Finance).  There is a
web page for support for Technics musical instruments on the Panasonic
USA website.  (Matsushita also makes Panasonic brand products.)

The authorized service center locator on the Panasonic site shows one
authorized service center for Technics digital pianos on Long Island:

(631) 271-6597

If this shop can't help you, the support page listed above has a
toll-free telephone number and an email address you could try.

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