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Casio keyboard Lk-110 had 18volt input

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  1. rambo99

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    The Casio keyboard LK-110 should have 9volt input power from a Power Adapter but my family did not no and put a 18volt power Adapter and Smoke came from the keyboard i check all the parts on the power board which there are not alot of parts and could not fine the fault I try Battery and a 9volt power Adapter and the light will not come On this is the first time I can not fine the fault the power board is straight forward check Diodes,transistor,and the PC900v,resistor this where i need help may be I miss something
     

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  2. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    Photos of both sides of the board that smoked with an indication of where you think the smoke came from please.
     
  3. rambo99

    rambo99

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    Casio keyboard

    This is not my Keyboard and my family said it happen when they connect a 18v power Adapter and Because there are so many Screws on the bottom cover there are so sign of smoke when the cover was remove the only thing I will try is to replace some Capacitor show 6.3v some only show 16v and 25v i have test them with the ESR tester and had low reading I can not take a Photo as the picture will poor view
     
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  4. davenn

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    there could quite well be a long list of faulty parts
    particularly the IC's and maybe some transistors

    without more info it will be pretty much impossible to help further :(

    Dave
     
  5. CocaCola

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    Many more pictures needed, take from multiple angles so that we can better see the ICs, take a straight on shot of the back of the board...

    Take these pictures outside in sunlight if possible to avoid flash hot spots and/or focusing issues due to lack of light... Or if you have a light box you can use that...
     
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