Power adaptor replacement for psr 260

by Jamye
(Estonia)

My PA-3B adapter broke and i can't find it anywhere in the stores, i don't think they even sell it in my country anymore, so my question would be, that if i have a PSR 260 keyboard, then would the PA-3/C adapter work ?

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Jul 12, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 260
by: Alfred

Dear Jamye: I have no way of knowing how old your post is. The following is offered if you are still looking for an Adaptor. You can probably use any Adaptor, providing it meets the following parameters: a) Ensure the AC voltage from your home outlet matches that of the Adaptor. b)Make sure the polarity of the Plug which goes into your Keyboard matches that of the accepting Jack in your Keyboard. c)Make sure the Adaptor Output DC voltage is 12 vdc, and Output Amperage is 1 Amp.
Further, the PA 3B and PA 3C have been replaced by the PA 130 C, and all three have 12 vdc 1 amp. rating. Hope this helps.

Aug 06, 2010
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Pa-130 didn't work for me
by: Anonymous

I have a PSR-260 keyboard, and picked up the Yamaha power supply that they had at the local Fry's store. Is was a PA-130. It did not work. I ended up buying a PA-3 on the online Target store, and that worked fine.


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Lo Duca AC-DC Adapter 3780

Where can I find one of these adapters for a Yamaha PSR-275 keyboard? Or, what adapter will replace this one from Lo Duca?

Isn't the output the key ingredient to this decision? Can I go with an adapter that has 12v output as most of them seem to have now?

Thanks

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Apr 03, 2009
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Lo Duca 3780 Adaptor
by: Alfred

If your keyboard was working well with the Lo Duca
Model 3780,try Ebaylistings for another one. Otherwise,here’s a standard guide when buying ANY ADAPTOR:
Adhere to Input spec
Never exceed the DC Output spec
Current spec can be exceeded as the
receiving Unit (Keyboard) will only draw whatever it needs.

From this you can gather that the adaptor need not be a Lo Duca. I'm reasonably sure you will find one and continue enjoying your keyboard.

Good luck!

Apr 04, 2009
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3780 Adapter (New, Original Packaging) For Sale
by: Anonymous

I have a Lo Duco 3780 that is unopened and in the original packing if you're interested.

Jun 29, 2009
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still looking for the adapter
by: Anonymous

do you still have the lo duca 3780 adapter?

Jun 29, 2009
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Adaptor for your PSR 275
by: Alfred

As you are still looking for an Adaptor, the one you really need is the Yamaha PA 5. Its specs are: Input 100 vac to 200 vac. Output 12 vdc
1.5 Amp. One is available at salesstore.com
GOOD LUCK.

Dec 14, 2009
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3780 adaptor
by: Splashing Rock

I found one of these in my box of adapters, my keyboard got stolen, so I have one if anyone needs it.

Dec 14, 2009
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Lo Duca AC-DC 3780 adapter
by: Techmaven

Splashing Rock,

I sure could use the Lo Duca AC-DC 3780 adapter. Ours fell on the floor and broke. Please email me at CordovaNews(add the @)gmail.com

Dec 17, 2009
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LO DUCA ADAPTER
by: MARK

Hi,
If by any chance you still have the Lo Duca 3780 adapter please let me know at maakkertz@yahoo.com Thanks

Jan 09, 2010
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Jan 9 2010, if still available Lo Duca 3780 adapter needed
by: mark f

I, too, need this same Lo Duca 3780 adapter as mine broke.

Email cowanfish@sbcglobal.net

Jan 30, 2010
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lo Duca Ac/DC Adapter 3780
by: Anonymous

Hi,
If by any chance you still have the Lo Duca 3780 adapter please let me know at pvilas17@yahoo.com Thanks,
Patrick

May 01, 2010
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I NEED THIS ADAPTER
by: MS. E

WHATS UP WITH THIS ADAPTER MODEL.. WHY ARE THEY BREAKING UP LIKE THIS. I HARDLY EVER USED MY KEYBOARD, BUT THE ADAPTER JUST KIND OF TORE UP AT PLUGS. MSELLASYL@AOL.COM

Feb 23, 2011
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Need 3779 or 3780 adapter
by: Anonymous

My Model 3779 power adapter died. I think I could use a 3780 adapter. If anyone has one that I could buy, please email me at franklin.hines@twtelecom.com

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Need A Lo Duca 3780 Adapter
by: Anonymous

Like many other writers, I need a 3780 Lo Duca adapter. Min is used with a key board and the plugs are also broken off. Thanks. iflew4u@aol.com 9/1/2011

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PSR 400 power cord/adapter

Where can I find a compatible power cord/adapter for the
PSR-400?
Thanks,
Tess

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Mar 24, 2009
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Maybe Ebay?
by: Alfred

Try Ebay. Look for any one of these Adapters:
PA 3C; PA 130 AC; PA 5D.
Hope this helps.

Mar 24, 2009
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Maybe Ebay?
by: Alfred

Try Ebay. Look for any one of these Adapters:
PA 3C; PA 130 AC; PA 5D.
Hope this helps.

ps Wrong info. Adapters are compatible with YPT 400. Sorry.

Apr 04, 2009
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PSR 400 Adaptor
by: Alfred

Dear Tess; After a bit of research I believe your keyboard needs the PA 5 Adaptor. Ebay has an equivalent listed(PA 150 MM). If you still have your Owner's Manual, check for th specs shown for the recommended adaptor, then go to Ebay and compare them with that of the PA 15 MM). Good luck!

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how to fix broken adapter input connection

by mike
(stony point ny )

My psr had a loose connection from adapter in///bought new adapter/same thing so it's NOT the adapter but the connection internally where the adapter goes in....
can I take keyboard apart and try to fix? loose wire, or broken off?

thanks

PS my friend has the same model---PSR 730...SAME problem


Mike

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Apr 07, 2009
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PSR 730 Adaptor Connection
by: Alfred

There is a possibility that your keyboard (and that of your friend) has a more serious problem than just a “loose or broken wire” at the unit’s Jack. Opening the keyboard and soldering the bad connection may be simple enough, and I hope that it is the solution.
However, after opening the keyboard, if that is not the problem, pinpointing other defective components for repair becomes another matter. Unless you have the appropriate repair tools/equipment and sufficient experience and savvy in repair of electronic systems, it would seem preferable to consult a service professional for an estimate to determine if the cost of repair is feasible. Good luck.



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how to fix broken adapter input connection
by: D S Rao

Alfred is right. It is common in most of Keybords that DC in Pin inside the keyboard gets loose due to excessive usage(pressure applied during usage. Before opening the keyboatd, you can confirm the problem, by playing the keyboard using Dry cells. If it works, then it is only the DC conector problem. You may open the keyboard, and just solder oncegain the points where the DC-IN pin is , on the PCB. Any regular electronic mechanic can do. Be careful in not spilling molten lead on other PCBs. I have repaired many Keyboards.You may contact me for further assistance. My mail ID "dasika62@gmail.com"
Put your comments after succeeding.

Dec 24, 2009
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yamaha psr1000
by: Anonymous

dear sir m again send u mail i have a problem my keyborad psr1000 when i onmy piano a disply appear like an error some time when i start my key borad 10 to 15 time i shutdown my key borad then my key bord on plz help me thns
regard
agha usman

Jan 07, 2010
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I have the same problem
by: Anonymous

I have the same problem but no one seems to be answering my question which I posted! HELP!
Thanks- I know that I am not meant to rite this kind of response but I really need help.

Jul 21, 2015
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Output 10-12v DC broken
by: Ban

My keyboard Is Yamaha PSR-510.
About two weeks ago, I connected my keyboard with output 10-12v DC, It worked for 20 minutes, then 5 minutes then stop again. Now it did not work any more. How ever it worked for batteries only.
I thought the connection broken. How ti fix it? Or I can buy part to replace it.
Please help.
Thanks

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Power Adaptors for PSR-78

by Karina
(Marin, CA)

Can I use a Lo Duca #3780 Power Supply to replace the missing Yamaha PA-3/3B power adaptor for my Yamaha PSR-78 keyboard?

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Apr 08, 2009
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Adaptor for PSR 78
by: Alfred

Dear Karina: The Lo Duca output amperage may be somewhat low (700mA)for your keyboard which I believe requires 1 amp. I recommend you play it safew and look on the internet for the Yamaha PA 3/B. Good luck.

Jun 12, 2009
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power supply
by: Anonymous

If the keyboard is 12volt output you need to get a kpa3 power supply about £5-£12 pounds.

Jul 26, 2009
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psr-78 pow. adpt.
by: Anonymous

I have a psr-78 and i use a YA-3 10V 700mA power adapt. and it works fine.
Just about any adapter that fits and has 10 V and a minimum of 700 mA output should work.

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Replacing an adapter for a PSR 240

by Scott
(Colorado)

How do I find a replacement adapter for a PSR 240? The original adapter reads

Lo Duca
AC - DC ADAPTER
Model 3780
Input: 120V AC 60 Hz 15W
Output: 10V DC
Current: CD 700 mA MAX

Will all Lo Duca models with the model number 3780 work as a replacement for a PSR 240?

Thank you!

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Apr 03, 2009
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Replacement Adaptor for PSR 240
by: Alfred

Dear Scott: To answer your question, unless the manufacturer of the original Adaptor has introduced some extraordinary changes, the Lo Duca Model 3780 Adaptor will work with your Keyboard. However, here’s a standard guide when buying ANY ADAPTOR:
Adhere to Input spec; Never exceed the DC Output spec; Current spec can be exceeded as the receiving Unit (Keyboard) will only draw whatever it needs. From this you can gather that the adaptor need not be a Lo Duca, and if I were you, I’d look at Ebay listings where you might find the exact Lo Duca or other adaptor to continue enjoying your PSR 240.

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Yamaha PA6 power adapter substitute

What Yamaha power adaptor replaced the obsolete PA6. I have an MU128 that requires the PA6 (12v 2amp center positive).

Thanks,
Mike G.

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Substitute for Yamaha PA6 Adaptor
by: Alfred

Dear Mike: I have not yet come across a Yamaha
Adaptor Center Tap with a 12 vdc - 2 amp output.
I'm sure you know that any adaptor meeting these
requirements will do. If the amperage is higher, all the better. Check the internet for such an alternative, making sure the brand satisfies you.


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Yamaha PSR 500 AC adaptor

by beepar
(Qld Australia)

I need a replacement. What is the required output current rating needed? I don't have the old one to check.

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Jan 14, 2009
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Powers Supplies
by: Anonymous

Call a Music Store and TELL Them The MODEL Of YOUR Unit. ASK Them For The POWER SUPPLY New Or Used and How Much, usually they have many laying around..



My PSR 2100 Yamaha takes a PA-300. Here are specs.
PA-300 Power Supply, 16Volt 2.4 Amp. The Positive (+) is in the "center" part of the plug on mine.
caryb1999@yahoo.com

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by: beepar

Thanks for your assistance.

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Yamaha PSR 510 power adapter?

by Matthew Schuster
(Pennsylvania)

I'm looking for a power adapter for the Yamaha PSR 510 keyboard piano. I haven't had much luck searching the net. I really like this keyboard and haven't played in a while and would rather just pick up a power adapter for something that I'm comfortable with rather than spending cash on a new one.

Thanks.

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Sep 27, 2009
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power adapter for psr-510
by: Anonymous

I use a universal power pulse adapter(3v-12v), TF1 (TelForceOne SMP-20WM) with interchangeable connectors,only attention to the strength in amperes at a voltage of 12v - should not be less than 1A.Universal power supply power is often given the power in Amperes at the lowest voltage, so you should ask or check the power supply set to 12v.Im Amperes greater power in the better-keyboard uses only needed power.Note that "+" was "in the middle" pin in Yamaha psr-510.Use universal power adapter, you can change the ending connectors, so the polarity of power ... and use of other devices if necessary.Set power to 12v,"+" polarity to center, and power more then 1A...

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510 is exceptional
by: Tom Wuorio

I stuck with the Yamaha when I upgraded from my 510.I get them now on ebay and give them as Christmas presents or anytime gifts to the musically inclined. That 510 lets you intuitively slap songs together like nobodies' business!. I recomend you be on the hunt for the PSR 740. Look it up. You'll freak-out if you still love the 510. The floppy disk drive is a HUGE step for songsters.The sound is infinitely better and the control you have will keep you greatful every day of your life!
As for the supply,any Yamaha PSR power supply will do, and you can hook up a power supply following the advice the other contributor.
Good to hear from someone who appreciates what was probably the most generous offering Yamaha ever let hit the shelves. I got mine for $500.00 bucks.Don't forget the 740!!

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Adapter for Yamaha psr 510
by: Anonymous

I'm using an adapter that is actually rated at 9v output 500mA - outside + inside. But when I put a meter to it I measured an output of 14.2 v DC. It seems to work great with the key board. I guess I'm saying to not worry so much about the actual brand of adapter. It just needs to be the right polarity and around a 12v approx 500mA (to 1.0A according to another commenter) The multi-setting adapters are available everywhere and they are only about 10 - 15 dollars, this could give you a few choices to try. Have fun. I hope this helps.

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