Power adapter for Yamaha PSR 400

by toby
(kettering)

Hi, what power adapter would I need for a Yamaha PSR 400? I have just bought.

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Nov 09, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 400
by: Anonymous

Dear Toby: You need the Yamaha PA 150 Adaptor. OUTPUT 10 vdc. 1 Amp. Enjoy uour PSR 400.

Nov 10, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 500
by: Alfred

Dear Toby: Sorry I omitted entering my name in the earlier post. Also, an effort is being made to ensure two things are done to improve the Forum posts.. The first is to avoid posting question and/or answers without a name (and I just slipped, above!), and the second is to request a follow-up post from members saying how the answers work out, so other participants can learn from your experience. Your kind attention would be greatly appreciated. Keep well.

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Yamaha PSR 240 adapter

by Lynda
(Calgary, AB.)

Just wondering what Adapter you use for a PSR 240 and where does one get it. Thanks Lynda

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Oct 14, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 240
by: Alfred

Dear Lynda: Try Ebay (under Adaptors). Be sure the description says "suitable for PSR 240". Good luck.

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AC power adapter problems.

by Edward
(North-west)

Hey,

I bought a PSR E413 about 4 months ago from Amazon, with it came a generic AC power adapter.

Up until now Ive had no problems with it what so ever, but suddenly the main power connection with the keyboard doesnt seem to fit right, if I hold it in a certain position and toggle around with it then the keyboard will come on, however letting go of the wire, results in the keyboard going of again... as you can imagine, quite annoying :p

The wire hasnt been pulled to hard or damaged as far as I know, and trying other AC power supplies with the keyboard shows the exact same problem.

So im unsure now as to wether its the power adaptor, or keyboard connection at fault.

Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

Cheers,

Edd.

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Jul 02, 2009
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powersupply
by: Dick Rector

Hi Edward,

Safety first! Have a good and close look at the cable and if damaged or you see bare wires GET A new cable!!
If it looks OK, put your foot on the adapter, keep it steady and toggle and bend a bit the cords from one side to the other. If the power comes on it is most probably a broken cord within the cable.(Most at the time it is not visible from outside!)
If the power only comes on when you 'shake' or hold the supply itself in a certain position, it sounds like a loos contact inside and you have to get another one or have it repaired if possible.
One warning however, keyboards and other electronic instruments don't like to be switched on and of rapidly. So the best advice is to take it to a qualified shop where they can do the test with multimeter connected to it.

Hope this helps you.

Dick
Bali

Jul 06, 2009
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Power Adaptor Propblems
by: Alfred

The fact that other AC Adaptors you have tried produce the same problem seems to confirm the Jack (Accepting Part in your Keyboard)is the culprit.
Your Adaptor is probably in good working condition.
Follow Dick's(Bali)suggestion and take your keyboard to a professional for repair.

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What voltage do i have to have for my AC adapter

I have a Yamaha PSR-310 Keyboard and i need a new Ac adapter. I know if i put the wrong adapter in there it can ruin my keyboard. What's the right voltage?

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Jul 13, 2009
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Adaptor Output Voltage
by: Anonymous

If your Keyboard is a YPT 310, the Adaptor's Output Voltage is 12 VDC, 2AMP.
If your Keyboard is a PSR 310 I have no suggestions. Check the model of your Keyboard carefully. Are you sure it is a PSR and not a YPT 310?

Jul 15, 2009
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PSR 310
by: Anonymous

The PSR is the same, 12VDC

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Yamaha PSR240 Adapter

by Amanda Penar
(Avondale, AZ)

I was looking for a charger or an ac adapter for a Yahama PSr 240 keyboard. Do you know what kind I would need or where I could get one.

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Nov 17, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 240
by: Alfred

Dear Amanda: You need the Yamaha PA 130 Adaptor. Check offerings on Ebay. Ensure the description says it is suitablE for your PSR 240 keyboard. Holler if you need further help. Keep well.

Nov 18, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 240
by: Alfred

Dear Amanda: There is no such thing as a CHARGER for keyboard use. I failed to notice this point in your original post.

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SE SOLICITA CAARGADOR DE TECLADO YAMAHA DSR 1000.
by: Anonymous

EL CARGADOR ES EL PA4 PERO NO LO CONSIGO DESEO SABERCUANTO MILI AMPERIO TIENE EL CARGADOR PA4 ,MUCHAS GRACIA

DOMINGO

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AC power adapter PSA-32

where can I find a AC power adapter for my Yamaha PSR-32 keyboard ? Also need a stand ?

Thanks
Jim

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Sep 20, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 32
by: Alfred

Dear Jim: The Adaptor for your keyboard is the PA
130 (OUTPUT 12 vdc 1 Amp). Try Ebay under Yamaha Adaptors and buy a NEW one. As to Stands, Ebay also lists them under Keyboard Stands. The cheaper ones will bear about 100 lbs weight. Stands which have double-braced legs cost a bit more, but are steadier and can take a heavier load. Good luck.

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AC adaptor for Yamaha PSR 400

by Mandy Chan
(Fort Worth, TX)

What is the AC adaptor/power supply for Yamaha PSR 400?

Thanks!

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Sep 16, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 400
by: Alfred

Dear Mandy: If you're still looking for an Adaptor, go to Ebay (PSR Adaptors). Although you probably will not see one as specifically recommended for your unit, choose any Adaptor which has a 12 vdc 2 Amp. Output, it will work with the PSR 400. If you buy, and it works as I'm sure it will, post a comment on this Forum so others can learn from your experience. Thanks.

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power supply for Yamaha psr-290

by Ginger
(Seneca falls, ny)

I was given this keyboard as a gift, but cannot turn it on. It doesn't seem to have any sort of power cord with it. What is it supposed to be powered by?

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Sep 12, 2009
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Power Adaptor for PSR 290
by: Alfred

Dear Ginger: First, turn the keyboard upside down,
and you should see a Battery Compartment. Open it and remove any old batteries which might still be there! Thoroughly clean the contacts in the compartment. The next thing to do is check Ebay listings for a PA 130 Power Adaptor. This will have an INPUT of 110 to 120 vac, and OUTPUT of 12 vdc 700mAmp. Plug the adaptor into an outlet then turn ON the keyboard and press any key for sound.
Don't be disappointed if you get none. It could mean that the Jack (entry point in the keyboard)is dirty. Clean it out by a short squirt of Electronic Contact Cleaner followed by a gentle cleaning with a Q tip. If you reconnect the Adaptor, turn ON the keyboard and press any key
producing sound from the speakers, you are on your way! The above actions failing, you have to decide whether the cost of repair by a QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN is worthwhile. Good luck!

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Yamaha PSR 290
by: Alfred

Dear Ginger: This is a followup to my earlier post. You probably have figured outthat the small plug of the Power Adaptor is inserted into the keyboard's rear panel where it says "12vdc". In my haste to help you, I forgot to mention this point. By the way, if my comments helped to start you off to the pleasure of making music, please enter a new post in this Forum so others can learn from your experience. Thank you.

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Power Supply - Yamaha PSR 185-F

by Angela
(Lawton, Oklahoma)

I was given a Yamaha PSR 185-F. I cannot find a suitable power supply. I think is also has a battery back up. Is there a special power source I can buy?

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Aug 08, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 185 F
by: Alfred

Dear Angela: The PA 130 Adaptor should work. Good luck.

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