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I had brand new piano in storage year while I was house

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I had brand new piano in storage for a year while I was house hunting, as I was moving it on a hand truck it fell off and did not appear to damage anything. When I moved into the house I plugged it in and all the functions lite when pressed, but when we press the piano keys no sound is heard..
I just took the top off and all components look pristine...I did not several fuses on 2 circuit boards and was wondering if that they may have had a break in the filament..
Any ideas are appreciated. Peter Michaelsen
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electronic Musical Instruments
Expert:  MasterFixIt replied 1 year ago.

Hi Peter, I am Tech Michael an expert in this field and I will be assisting you today. I am a Master Technician that's dedicated to giving you the best Answer possible.

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Do you have any electronics experience and some tools and a meter for some testing?

Please let me know so I can advise you best on this one ;-)

This Problem could be anything really in the control circuitry, even a just a bad headphone jack now that it fell.

Worse case Peter, you can look up locally online for a piano keyboard repair shop, even one to come to yound fix this one. Even Best Buy and Sears offer this service everywhere ;-)

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