# Is possible to reverse the low notes to the right and vice versa?

Hello. I want to reverse the notes in my Casio CTK 2080. I don't mind to lose it trying.

I want to reverse the low notes (left side) to the right side and vive versa.

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Hi,

If you don't mind losing your keyboard, (I don't think that you will), Do all this with the power disconnected.

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Good luck!

### Update (02/15/2017)

Think I got it wrong. I forgot about the diodes in circuit.

You have to split the 16 wire cable at one end between CN4 and CN803 into 2 halves. Wires 1 - 8 and wires 9- 16

If it is a flex cable with bare ends you may be able to gently disconnect the cable and then separate the cable into 2 halves at one end so that you end up with 1 x 16 cable at one end and 2 'separate' cables at the other end 2 x 8 wire.

Insert the 1 - 8 wires back into original position but reverse it so 8 is into 1 and 1 is into 8 and everything in between also moves as they are still joined i.e. 7=2, 6=3, 5=4, 4=5, 3=6 and 2=7.

Hopefully there is enough length in the cable to do this. Then do the same with wires 9 -16 i.e reverse it so wire 9 is onto 16 and wire 16 is into 9 etc.

Basically flip them both over over with a twist and re insert.

What you will now have is wires 1-8 at one end = 8 - 1 at the other end and , 9-16 = 16 -9. Suggest that you perhaps might do this at the CN4 end of the cable into the main pcb.

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I just flipped through the user manual. It doesn't look like there is a way to remap the keys like that.

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