Troubleshooting Yamaha YPG-225
- Screen won't light up
- Keys don't produce sound
- Damper pedal is malfunctioning
- Poor speaker quality
- The keyboard buttons are non-responsive
Screen won't light up ¶
The screen doesn't turn on when you turn the keyboard on.
The keyboard is unplugged ¶
Make sure the keyboard is plugged in via the power cord.
Drained/bad/nonexistent batteries ¶
If you want to run the keyboard without the power cord, be sure the batteries are in the battery compartment and correctly oriented. Try replacing the batteries with fresh ones.
Bad display ¶
It is possible that the screen is broken and needs to be replaced.
Bad circuit board ¶
The problem may be with the internal electronics, and getting into the device is required.
Keys don't produce sound ¶
The piano makes no sound when you play it.
No power to device ¶
The problem could be that the keyboard isn't receiving power properly, i.e. the power is not turned on, the power supply isn't connected correctly, or the batteries are dead.
Low volume ¶
Make sure that you don't have the volume turned down by mistake.
Bad speakers ¶
Make sure your speakers are functioning properly. If they are not, they may need to be replaced.
Bad circuit board ¶
The problem may be with the internal electronics, and repairing of the circuitry will be required.
Key mechanisms broken ¶
The parts of the keys themselves may be broken and require repair.
Damper pedal is malfunctioning ¶
The pedal isn't working.
The pedal is plugged in wrong ¶
Turn the keyboard off, unplug and plug the pedal back in (make sure your foot is not touching it), and turn the keyboard on again.
Broken pedal ¶
You will need to repair the pedal.
Poor speaker quality ¶
The speakers are producing very low-quality sound.
Speakers are broken ¶
The speakers are busted and will require internal work to repair them.
Low batteries ¶
If you are running the keyboard off battery power and this happens, your batteries are low and need replacing.
The keyboard buttons are non-responsive ¶
The buttons on the keyboard don't work.
Keyboard needs restarting ¶
Restarting the keyboard is the easiest possible solution to this problem.
No power ¶
Make sure the keyboard is on and is receiving power.
Electronics problems ¶
The internal circuitry could be broken and require repair.