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PRINTING THE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT

The PDF of this service manual is not designed to be printed from cover to cover. The pages vary in size, and must therefore be printed in sections based on page dimensions.

NON-SCHEMATIC PAGES

Data that does NOT INCLUDE schematic diagrams are formatted to 8.5 x 11 inches and can be printed on standard letter-size and/or A4-sized paper.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

The schematic diagram pages are provided in two ways, full size and tiled. The full-sized schematic diagrams are formatted on paper sizes between 8.5” x 11” and 18” x 30” depending upon each individual diagram size. Those diagrams that are LARGER than 11” x 17” in full-size mode have been tiled for your convience and can be printed on standard 11” x 17” (tabloid-size) paper, and reassembled.

TO PRINT FULL SIZE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

If you have access to a large paper plotter or printer capable of outputting the full-sized diagrams, output as follows:

1) Note the page size(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen.

2) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your large format printer. Conrm that the printer settings are set to output the indicated page size or larger.

3) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select “Print print range window. Choose OK.

Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the

TO PRINT TILED VERSION OF SCHEMATICS

Schematic pages that are larger than 11” x 17” full-size are provided in a 11” x 17” printable tiled format near the end of the document. These can be printed to tabloid-sized paper and assembled to full-size for easy viewing.

If you have access to a printer capable of outputting the tabloid size (11” x 17”) paper, then output the tiled version of the diagram as follows:

1) Note the page number(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen.

2) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your printer. Conrm that the plotter settings are set to output

11” x 17”, or tabloid size paper in landscape (

output 11” x 17”, or tabloid size paper in landscape ( ) mode. 3) Close the

) mode.

3) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select “Print print range window. Choose OK.

Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the

TO PRINT SPECIFIC SECTIONS OF A SCHEMATIC

To print just a particular section of a PDF, rather than a full page, access the Graphics Select tool in the Acrobat Reader tool bar.

1) To view the Graphics Select Tool, press and HOLD the mouse button over the Text Select Tool which looks like:

T

This tool will expand to reveal to additional tools.

Choose the Graphics Select tool by placing the cursor over the button on of the far right that looks like:

cursor over the button on of the far right that looks like: 2) After selecting the

2) After selecting the Graphics Select Tool, place your cursor in the document window and the cursor will change to a plus (+) symbol. Click and drag the cursor over the area you want to print. When you release the mouse button, a marquee (or dotted lined box) will be displayed outlining the area you selected.

3) With the marquee in place, go to the le menu and select the “Print called “Print Range” which says “Selected Graphic”.

option. When the print window appears, choose the option under the section

Select OK and the output will print only the area that you outlined with the marquee.

choose the option under the section Select OK and the output will print only the area

YAMAHA Corporation Electronic Products Service Division

YAMAHA Corporation Electronic Products Service Division
YAMAHA Corporation Electronic Products Service Division Electone ORGAN Combo Products Disklavier & Silent Piano

Electone ORGAN

Combo Products

Disklavier & Silent Piano

Clavinova & Portable Keyboard

Model PCB

Symptom

Condition

Defect

Repair

CircuitNo.1 RepairParts1 Quant i

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

99. Other condition 32. No problem found

12. Functional check

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0412. Faulty sound output

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0409. Excessive sound level

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 02. Intermittently

11. Leaking

05. Cleaning

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

08. Cracked, peeled, corroded 27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

 

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

08. Cracked, peeled, corroded 27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

 

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

01. Constantly

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

01. Constantly

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0411. Specific faulty timbre

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

Xj966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0901. Does not read disks

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC28

XI939A00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55 DM 0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 02. Intermittently

20. Bad contact, connection

 

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

04. Resoldering/solder touch-up 27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC44

XE789A00

1

CVP55

DM

9900. Other problem

99. Other condition 99. Other defect

99. Other repair

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0412. Faulty sound output

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC37

IG051100

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55 DM 0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

08. Cracked, peeled, corroded 27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0901. Does not read disks

02. Intermittently

99. Other defect

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

0412. Faulty sound output

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

02. Intermittently

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

 

IC44

1

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC13

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0412. Faulty sound output

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55 DM

 

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55 DM

 

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

 

IC41

XE449A00

1

CVP55 DM

 

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC18

XJ204A00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0408. Low sound level

01. Constantly

22. Cracked PCB

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC27

XI940A00

1

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC12

XH235C00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55 DM

 

CVP55 DM

CVP55 DM

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0302. Distorted sound

01. Constantly

99. Other defect

99. Other repair

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

28. Faulty IC(s)

01. Replacement

IC1

XH543A00

1

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0404. No sound (some keys)

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

CVP55

DM

0401. No sound

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

0301. Electric noise

01. Constantly

21.

Open pattern

27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s)

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

01. Constantly

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55 DM 0001. Power up, but not operating (or System does not boot up) 01. Constantly

08. Cracked, peeled, corroded 27. Repair PCB trace(s)/pad(s) IC2

XJ730E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

01. Constantly

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

IC3

XJ966E00

1

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

CVP55

DM

1600. No problem found

20. Unknown

32. No problem found

12. Functional check

End of Data

Issued by YAMAHA Electronic Products Service Division Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: December, 1994

Issued by YAMAHA Electronic Products Service Division

Issued by YAMAHA Electronic Products Service Division Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: December, 1994
Issued by YAMAHA Electronic Products Service Division Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: December, 1994
Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: December, 1994 RELATED BULLETIN NO.

Portable Keyboard

BULLETIN NUMBER:

Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: December, 1994 RELATED BULLETIN NO.

DATE: December, 1994

RELATED

BULLETIN NO.

REPLACEMENT FLOPPY DISK DRIVE UNIT

OBJECTIVE:

Provide reliable operating unit and standardize connectors. The replacement drive set includes (1) FFD unit, (4) binding screws, and (1) +5V power extension cable.

PART NUMBERS:

Current FDD Unit

Current FDD Unit

Part No.

VJ031600

Changed

Current FDD Unit Part No. VJ031600 Changed New FDD Unit Set Part No. NX006890
New FDD Unit Set

New FDD Unit Set

Part No.

NX006890

Note: If the VJ031600 FDD unit is ordered, you will automatically receive the upgraded NX006890 FDD unit.

APPLICATION TO PRODUCTION:

CVP50, 55, 65, 70 CVP85A (#6450 ~), CVP87A (#6192 ~) CLP705 (#2816 ~), MLP51D (#1191 ~) DOM30, DRC20

Note: If replacing the FDD unit for the CVP75, the part number is VJ031601.

INSTALLATION:

To install the FDD unit refer to "HOW TO INSTALL THE NEW FDD UNIT" for further details.

HOW TO INSTALL THE NEW FDD UNIT

This information is for both the VJ031600 or VI577100 FDD unit replacement.

The NX006890 upgrade set contains:

FDD unit

VR648700

Mitsubishi MF355-152MZY

Screws

ED030056

Four installation screws (3 x 5)

Extension cable

MX000390

+5V power extension cable

Instruments included in the FDD upgrade:

CVP-5O, -55, -65, -70, -85, -85A, -87, -87A CLP-705, DRC-20, DOM-30, MLP-51D, PDP-500

Installation procedure:

1. Exchange the FDD units.

2. Connect the +5V bound power extension cable. (Refer to illustration #1)

3. Connect the 34P flat cable connector upside down. (Refer to illustration #1)

4. Tighten the four (3 x 5) screws appropriately. (Refer to illustration #2)

Caution:

Do not use the existing (3 x 8) screws. It is possible damage to the floppy disk drive will occur by using the orginal screws. Only use the screws included (3 x 5) with the FDD update kit.

The following keyboard intruments are included in the FDD upgrade:

PSR-5700, PSR-6700, DMC-1000

Installation procedure for the additional keyboards:

1. Exchange the FDD units.

2. Connect the 34P flat cable connector upside down, (Refer to illustration #1) *NOTE: The screws and extension power cable are not used.

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Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: July, 1994 RELATED BULLETIN NO.

Portable Keyboard

BULLETIN NUMBER:

Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: July, 1994 RELATED BULLETIN NO.

DATE: July, 1994

RELATED

BULLETIN NO.

REPLACEMENT OF RUBBER CONTACT FOR AE88 KEYBOARD

REASON:

The material used for the contact rubber (AE88 keyboard) has been changed for improved durability. The color and the part number in the parts list should be updated accordingly.

PARTS:

Old contact rubber

 

New contact rubber

Part No.

VC799200

Part No. VC799200 Part No. VS549800

Part No.

VS549800

Color

White

Color

Pink

Part No. VS549800 Color White Color Pink The new part number will be shipped automatically if

The new part number will be shipped automatically if VC799200 is ordered.

APPLICATION TO AFFECTED PRODUCTS:

Clavinova CLP (300,350,360, 500, 550, 560, 570, 650, 760) Clavinova CVP (6, 8, 10, 35, 45, 50, 55, 65, 70, 75, 100)

Units With Serial Numbers Earlier Than The Following:

CLP 360 #039828 CLP 560 #092743 CVP 35 #012929 CVP 55 #021777 CVP 65 #019485 CVP 75 #005111

Electone PF2000, PF1200, PF1500 Units earlier than PF85 #013231

ML

Units earlier than MLP51 #1389

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DATE:

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PROGRAM ROM UPDATE

OBJECTIVE:

The MAIN CPU (H8/532) IC2 and the MAIN ROM (1M)IC3 have been upgraded as follows.

UPGRADE DETAILS:

Upgrade details of MAIN CPU(H8/532)IC2 and MAIN ROM (1M ROM)IC3

Damper effect is not applied to the additional sound if solo style play and left pedal function are used during performance recording. used during performance recording.

Style voice cannot be changed during style change if solo style play and left pedal function are used during performance recording. during performance recording.

If ending is recorded to cord sequence and played back, rhythm sound will generate after ending is completed. ill generate after ending is completed.

Rhythm does not run with start/stop switch if recording switch is turned on and off, immediately after disk formatting.back, rhythm sound w ill generate after ending is completed. If a song recorded with dual

If a song recorded with dual voice mode is punched in, dual voice does not occur during input.is turned on and off, immediately after disk formatting. If a song recorded with split mode

If a song recorded with split mode is punched in, split mode does not occur during input.mode is punched in, dual voice does not occur during input. If performance memory is recorded

If performance memory is recorded with ABC volume being changed and ABC volume is changed when the recording is redone, it will co-exist with the last volume data. when the recording is redone, it will co-exist with the last volume data.

When recording track 1 and 2 to the data to which DOC disk has been copied, orchestra sound will be generated. be generated.

If the ending switch is pressed at the third beat while 3/4 time rhythm is played and then switch to 4/4 time rhythm is made, the system stops due to a slight difference in timing of the change.disk has been copied, orchestra sound will be generated. If FILL-IN is continued for 2 measures

If FILL-IN is continued for 2 measures with chord sequencer POPS-1 normal, the chord on the second measure w ill not be generated. second measure will not be generated.

If the SPLIT switch is pressed during performance recording, split works during recording, however, it does not work during play back. it does not work during play back.

If a song, to which the panel registration is recorded, is copied to another song, it is impossible to get out of copy mode. out of copy mode.

If recording to SONG 1 with POP-1 (tempo=86) and to SONG 2 with DROP 1 (tempo-120) during SONG 2 play back, it will start with tempo 86. SONG 2 play back, it will start with tempo 86.

If both levels of the manual volume and EXP pedal are lowered during the start of recording, EXP pedal data is played back at MAX during playback. pedal data is played back at MAX during playback.

When solo style play is on and you start recording with the left pedal function set to solo style play, and you stop recording with the left pedal on and with keys pressed, it w and you stop recording with the left pedal on and with keys pressed, it will not stop during playback.

END has been modified so that it does not appear any more when format is completed.When starting performance memory recording, if an early glissando is used, the glissando w ill

When starting performance memory recording, if an early glissando is used, the glissando will not be properly reproduced during playback. It w ill play back simultaneously. ill not be properly reproduced during playback. It will play back simultaneously.

With cord sequence recording, recording is done with a preset tempo which is set for each rhythm.during playback. It w ill play back simultaneously. Although the FILL to VARIATION switch is pressed

Although the FILL to VARIATION switch is pressed twice to move to VARIATION during chord sequence recording, Fill-in is activated during playback. sequence recording, Fill-in is activated during playback.

If more than 400 measures are input and set to FULL during chord sequence recording, a system reset is activated in some cases. reset is activated in some cases.

When recording with performance memory using both SINGLE FINGER and SPLIT function simultaneously, sounds in LK part cannot be recorded. (Reason: When SINGLE FINGER and SPLIT are simultaneously, sounds in LK part cannot be recorded. (Reason: When SINGLE FINGER and SPLIT are operated simultaneously, the sound in the LK part is supposed to generate chords. If you try to record it, the sound of the key you press is recorded. Different results are obtained during playback and recording.)

After recording with performance memory using solo style play and the left pedal function, and if the left pedal is turned OFF, during left pedal and a key pressed, and you the left pedal is turned OFF, during left pedal and a key pressed, and you start playing with the same key you pressed before and tenuto, the sound of the key is not generate.

Piano ABC function cannot be used when performance memory is played back.before and tenuto, the sound of the key is not generate. SERVICE RESPONSE: If the items

SERVICE RESPONSE:

If the items listed above have detected by the user, please replace the MAIN CFU (H8/532) IC2 and the MAIN ROM (1 M) IC3.

For CVP55 S/# to 2478, applicable for modifications, the MAIN CPU (H8/532) IC2 on the DM board is a PLCC type and uses an IC socket. The MAIN ROM (1 M) IC3 also uses a socket.

PLCC and QFP type CPUs

This is a CPU with a built-in ROM. The package can differ but the software in the internal ROM is the same. When replacing the CPU for repair or to upgrade the software, please select either. If the MAIN CPU is installed in a socket, the PLCC type can be used. If the IC socket in which a PLCC type uses is removed, a QFP-type CPU can be substituted (solder it directly to the board).

Version indication

When the test program is turned on (turn on the power while pressing A1- and C7 keys), the version number of the MAIN CPU (H8/532) IC2 is displayed on the tempo display and the version number of the main MAIN ROM IN3 is displayed on the song display. Please refer to the service manual for the test program.

MAIN CPU (1.10 or V2.00) version as of July 1991 V1.10 and V2.00 of the MAIN CPU are different in typ; PLCC and QFP, however, the contents are the same.

MAIN ROM (V1.11 orV2.00) V1.11 and V2.00 of the MAIN ROM are different (ROM, EP and MASK ROM) but, the contents are the same.

PARTS:

Part name

Part number

MAIN CPU (H8/532)

PLCC (IC2)

XJ389100

MAIN CPU (H8/532)

QFP (IC2)

XJ730A00

MAIN ROM (1M)

Mask ROM (IC3)

XJ966A00

MAIN CPU and MAIN ROM are the same for CVP55 and CVP65.

SERIAL NUMBER TO BE MODIFIED:

CVP55 S/# 2479 onwards

Issued by YAMAHA Electronic Products Service Division Portable Keyboard BULLETIN NUMBER: DATE: JULY, 1991

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DATE: JULY, 1991

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DM PCB MODIFICATION INFORMATION

OBJECTIVE:

A modification has been made to the DM PCB, used in the CVP55 and CVP65, to reduce unwanted radiation. This modification has been applied to the DM PCB from July onwards.

MODIFICATION:

The new DM PCB and the current DM PCB are interchangeable, only several parts and connectors have been moved. See the DM PCB schematics in the following pages for further information.

SERVICE RESPONSE:

There are no changes in the shape of the connectors, so both new and current DM PCBs are interchangeable for servicing. Use the current Service Manual when you need the circuit diagram.

PART:

Part Name

Current Part No.

New Part No.

CVP55 DM PCB

VK555500

VL978500

CVP65 DM PCB

VK556300

VL978600

All PCBs in stock are going to be replaced with new PCBs. Be sure to use new part number when ordering.

APPLICATION TO PRODUCTION:

CVP55 S/# 5562 onwards CVP65 S/# 4387 onwards

New DM PCB Schematic CVP55(VL978500), CVP65(VL978600)

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COUNTERMEASURES FOR FDD READ AND WRITE FAILURES

SYMPTOM:

When a performance memory floppy disk of the disk orchestra collection is played back, sometimes, a note does not stop sounding or missing, or the tempo fluctuates. These symptoms rarely occur.

DETAILS OF THE CHANGE:

The errors occur when writing to or reading from the disk (especially at low temperatures). It is caused by signal timing failures of the FDC IC and the main CPU due to DMA IC dispersion. Therefore, the BREQ signal (bus request signal from DMA to the main CPU) will be connected directly bypassing the IC36 (OR circuit).

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SERVICE RESPONSE:

The symptoms could be taken as a program bug since they do not occur regularly. If these symptoms are pointed out by a user, please fix them by following the method mentioned above. Please explain to the user to check the unit with a new disk containing new data. Because, when a disk is used that has been written to before the timing failure was corrected, the timing failure has been recorded on the disk. When this disk is subsequently played back on a unit that has had the timing failure corrected it will play back with the same symptoms as from before the corrective measures were taken. All units produced from now on will have their printed circuits cut and will be wired-up on the pattern side of the DM board.

SERIAL NUMBERS AFFECTED:

CVP55 3113 upwards CVP65 3046 upwards