Owners/Instruction Manual - Yamaha Clavinova PF P-100

Dear Sirs:

I am interested in obtaining an Owners/Instruction Manual for tthe Yamaha Clavinova PF P-100 Sr. # 013901.

Is shuch an item available? If so, what is availability and cost.

Yours in Christ's Name,
Walter Carrell

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Dec 09, 2010
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PDF copy available online
by: Anonymous

Download from:

http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/emi/english/synth/P100E.pdf

Oct 10, 2013
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replacement music rest
by: Anonymous

I broke my music rest on my clavinova P-100. The company tells me it is obsolete and cannot be replaced by the Yamaha company. Does anyone have a music rest that I could buy?
Thanks!

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music stand for yamaha clavinova pf p-100

by Mike
(Cincinnati USA)

Is there a music stand that fits into the groove along the back of the yamaha clavinova pf p-100?

If so, where can I buy it? Thanks

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Aug 12, 2009
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Music Stand for Clavinova P 1100
by: Alfred

Dear Mike: I'm not familiar with your keyboard, but is it does have slots for a stand, consider the following:

Music Stands generally are supplied in two styles, Plastic Panel or Rod. When they are not readily available from manufacturers, you might consider making a simple one yourself from 3/16” diameter Iron or Copper Rod, or have a local workshop custom make one.

Your Keyboard has either two support Slots or two support Holes into which the Stand fits. The 3/16” diameter of this proposed Stand should fit into either type of Keyboard support aperture.

The Rod used should be approximately 29” long, including a 14” Top and two 71/2” Arms. (71/2” from each end of the Rod make bends to form a straight-topped “U”).

About 1” from the Rod ends, bend them backwards about 300 in the same direction. This will eventually produce the incline for the Sheet Music. As an option, a 2” Ledge can be epoxied to the front at the point just above the bends.

Before rushing into “production” visualize, read and clearly understand these instructions. Good luck!


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I have a stand
by: Anonymous

Hi! I have a stand that came with my P150 but it doesn't fit anymore because the slot has a bump in it.
Would you like it? email me at zbram@rogers.com


Jul 09, 2011
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Need a clavy 153s stand (legs)
by: clavyowner

Anyone have or know where I can get these? Thanks!

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Yamaha P-100 Overseas Use. Transformer?

by michael
(tel aviv, Israel)

I have an original Yamaha Clavinova P-100 and I want to use it overseas where the input voltage is 220-240v. I checlked with yamaha and there is no switch inside to do this. Told me I need a step down transformer. No problem but I need to know what strength of transformer I need because they vary a lot in price. The differencfe is in the watts that they handle. I am wondering if a transformer handlingg 250 watts would be enough for it. Also the power here is 50 hz instead of 60 like in USA. Will the transformer handle that change as well?
Michael

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Dec 20, 2010
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powersupply
by: Dick Rector

Hi Michael,

Keyboards don't use very much power.
If you use an original external Yamaha power-adapter it will tell you if you can use it between 110 and 240 volt 50-60 HZ. Meaning you can use it anywhere. As an example most laptop-computers use similar power-supplies. If you have a direct into-the-wall powercord you need a step-down transformer (if you go to a 110 volt area!) of about 110 volt 50 watt.

Shalom
Dick

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Stand for Yamaha PF P-100

by Eddie V
(San Jose, CA)

Hello,

I currently have my P-100 standing on a PROLINE PL400 stand and, at its lowest height, I still find the keyboard way too high for proper form ( I have to lift my wrists in comparison to my elbows...!)

I'm considering actually drilling new holes so I can bring the stand lower...but I was actually curious if anyone out there had any suggestions of stand makers that work for their Clavinova PF P-100.

If possible please e-mail me at eavergara(at)gmail.com Thanks!

Eddie

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Proline PL 400 Stand
by: Alfred

Dear Eddie: looking at a picture of the Proline PL400 prompts the question: "Is there enough space on the crescent plate (at "x" point) for any additional holes to be drilled so as to lower the overall height?" Also, it may sound like a joke, but have you thought of raising the bench on which you sit by adding a cushion or two?



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Wrong height
by: Anonymous

Hi Eddie,

I had the same problem, just be a touch uncomfortable with the height. I used a round metal-file (if that is the right English word) and filed a littlebit of the metal from the holes.
No need to do much, one or two milimeter will lower the keyboard quite a bit.

Dick

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yamaha clavinova pf p 100 totally dead..

by matti Bye
(stockholm)

My clavinova pf p 100 just went dead, no light when I turn it on and no sound...
Is there also a battery in the piano? Anyone knows?

Matti Bye

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Aug 16, 2010
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Yamaha P 100 Dead
by: Alfred

Dear Matti: I am not familiar with the P 100, but if you've not done it, one obvious thing is to try powering your unit from another house outlet. If that does not help, then it may be that the unit may is powered by an internal battery that's depleted; also if there is an internal fuse that may have blown. Hopefully some other better-informed members/owners of this unit can add their comments.

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