Yamaha YPT 210

by Laura

One of my white keys has a chip in the front of the key, so the entire front part has broken off. Is there anyway to get a replacement key? And is there any way I can install it myself?

Thanks in advance,
Laura

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Aug 18, 2010
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YPT Key Replacement
by: Alfred

Dear Laura: Thank you for visiting this Forum.
You will have to do a little bit of searching on Youtube for clinics on changing Yamaha keys. After that, you will have to order keys from...............
Yamaha Parts Department (**) at (714) 522-9011 or 1 800 940 6606 to place an order
over the phone via credit card. Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Be sure to have the
Model number of the product available so that accurate information can be provided. Unless you are adept at mechanical work, I would suggest you contact a qualified technician to handle the job; or, Yamaha has a site for repair centers...............
http://yamaha.com/yamahavgn/CDA/Service/ServicerLocator/0,,VNM%3DLIVE,00.html
We are not connected to the Yamaha Corp in any way
and wish you luck.

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YAMAHA YPT-210 CANT POWER ON
by: Anonymous

YAMAHA YPT-210 CANT POWER ON WHEN I PRESS THE STANDBY OR ON BUTTON.IT ONLY DISPLAYS BOXED ON THE SCREEN WHILE HOLDING POWER BUTTON.BUT POWER IS NOT STABLE.WHEN I RELEASE THE STANDBY/ON, IT GOES OFF.[LEASE HELP

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Yamaha ypt-210 wont turn on

by Kevin
(New Jersey)

It stopped working out of nowhere, does not work with the adaptor connected, and i put brand new batteries in it but it still wont turn on...i cant find the problem,what is wrong with it?

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Mar 01, 2010
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Dead Yamaha YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Kevin: As neither the Adaptor nor new Batteries energize the Unit, the prime suspect could be the Power Switch. Your keyboard is relatively new. DO NOT ENTERTAIN ANY THOUGHT OF OPENING THE INSTRUMENT TO CHECK. I recommend you have it repaired by a qualified technician (preferably Yamaha-authorized) so you can continue enjoying it. The repair should not be too costly. Good luck.

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Difference between YPT 210 and YPT 220

by Dennis
(Green Bay, WI)

What is the difference between the YPT 210 and the YPT 220?

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Nov 27, 2009
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Difference between YPT 210 and YPT 220
by: Jamesy

Do a google search for both keyboards and compare the specifications. I'm sure you will see whether they differ or not/where they do.

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Yamaha YPT-210 and Microphone

by Marco
(Gelderland, Netherlands)

good evening,

I bought a Yamaha keyboard YPT-210 for my daughter. Is it possible to connect a microphone to that specific keyboard?

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Oct 26, 2009
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Microphone for YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Marco: I am 99.9% sure the YPT 210 does not
have an Input for use with a Microphone. Upon checking specs, I believe it has Jacks for Headphone/External Amplifier, Sustain Pedal and MIDI hookup only. Hope this helps.

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Yamaha ypt210

by alfred
(malta)

can this keyboard be connected to the pc to record music played on it in mp3 format?

Does it have pipe organ sound?

Do you recommend this model or go for a better unit?

I'm a poor player but enjoy fiddling around and compose music.

Thanks

Alfred

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Nov 06, 2010
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recording?
by: Dick Rector

Hi Alfred,

Any keyboard can be connected to a PC using a simple cable from keyboard HEADPHONES OUT to PC SOUNDCARD LINE IN.
If you download the free programs AUDACITY and LAME you can make WAV or MP3 recordings.

Dick

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Yamaha YPT 210 ac power adapter

by Rosa Candelario
(San Antonio, TX USA)

I am looking for an AC Power Adapter for Yamaha YPT 210 Keyboard

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Oct 07, 2009
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Adaptor for YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Rosa: You will need a Yamaha PA 130 Adaptor. The OUTPUT OF THE ADAPTOR is 10 VDC 700Ma. Try Ebay for one, and let me know if I can help any further. Good luck.

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Yamaha YPT210 - how to turn off mute

by savannah
(tucson az)

how do i turn my mute of it says mute volume but just wont make sound i had it only days and i dont know how to turn it of its a yamaha YPT210

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Dec 15, 2009
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YPT 210 Turn off Mute
by: Alfred

Dear Savannah: Reset (initialize) your keyboard as described in your Owner's Mnual. This will restore the unit t "normal".

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Using the YPT- 210 with reason software

How do you get the YPT-210 yamaha keyboard to work with reason?

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Jan 06, 2010
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210 wit reason 4 or fl studio
by: a man

u have to get a midi usb cable u could find 1 at samash or any music store i'm usin the ypt 210 with reason 4 and it works great

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driver for Yamaha YPT 210

by MARIAN MELGAR
(MADRID)

I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH MY KEYBOARD BECAUSE I HAVE CONNECT IT TO MY PC BY A MIDI CONNECTION AND IT DOES NOT WORK.

IN YAMAHA WEB I CAN NOT FIND AN SPECIFIC DRIVER FOR THIS KEYBOARD. CAN I USE ANOTHER ONE? OR WHERE CAN I FIND IT?

WAITING FOR YOUR NEWS, BEST REGARDS,

MARIAN

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Jul 17, 2010
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i have same problem
by: Anonymous

hi , same problem for my mac....ad other mac as well.
yamaha..com never replied to my e-mails.....still waiting after more or less 6 months.
italian help desk only said that it's my mac that doesn't work properly.....
I think this issue is common

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Yamaha YPT-210 - What type of AC power adapter?

by Adolfo
(Caracas Venezuela)

What type of AC power adapter does a Yamaha YPT-210 require?

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Dec 18, 2008
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Yamaha YPT210 Powe Adapter
by: Mantius

The Yamaha YPT-210 requires a PA130 Power adaptor.

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I'm looking for a stand for YPT-210 keyboard.

Where do I get the stand for a YPT-210 keyboard? I found somewhere the types of stands to a similar answer but when I look online I can't find it. Maybe I'm looking wrong, but I'm failing. Could anyone help me?

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Aug 07, 2009
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Sheet Music Stand
by: Alfred

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 30 degrees 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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Sustain Pedal (YPT-210)

by Matthew Anonomys
(Tahur, NJ)

I got a brand new sustain pedal for christmas. My grandmother had said she had asked for it to go with my specific model keyboard(YPT-210). However, when I plug it in, it doesn't work. The plug will affect the keyboard if its on when I plug it it(It will turn sustain on if plugged in when its on) but when I push the pedal down, it has no affect on the sustain.

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Aug 01, 2009
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Sustain Pedal for YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Matthew: Standard procedure with Yamaha keyboards is usually to connect the Pedal BEFORE TURNING ON THE KEYBOARD, (AND DO NOT PRESS THE PEDAL WHILE CONNECTIHG IT). There is a sensor in the keyboard which recognizes the Polarity of the Pedal and you may be causing a reverse polarity if you do otherwise. Good luck.

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MY YAMAHA YPT-210 WONT TURN ON
by: FIREEND

I HAVE A YAMAHA TOT-210, AND I WAS REHEARSINH ON SOME SONG,THEN UN EXPECTEDLY ,THE HOLE KEYBOARD FREEZED WITH THE SOUND .IF I PRESS THE POWER IT JUST GOES BLINK LIKE IT'S GOING OF BUT WON'T TURN OFF.THEN I TOOK OF THE POWER AND THEN FIXED IT BACK,THEN TURN IT ON BUT WON'T ON .IT ONLY DISPLAY BLOCKED CHARACTERS ON SCREEN.AFTER LEAVING THE STANDBY/ON THE SCREEN GOES OFF AGAIN. PLS I NEED HELP ,IF RESET CAN BRING IT BACK THEN ,HOW DO I RESET IT? THNX

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Yamaha YPT-210 - G keys make no sound

by Jean
(FL)

I have a ypt-210 less than a year old which I have just carefully moved from PA to FL. When I unpacked and tried it out in my new home, none of the G keys would make a sound. Any ideas on how to get my G Keys back?

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Oct 26, 2009
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Dead "G's" YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Jean: If you have your Owner's Manual, follow instructions covering INITIALIZING, Usually this is done by turning the unit on while holding down the last white key to the right. A complete job which returns the keyboard to "Factory " condition is to turn the unit on while holding down the last white key and the last three black keys. If these suggestions work, please do the favor of posting a follow-up message so others in this Forum can learn from your experience. Thanks.

Oct 26, 2009
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keys not working
by: Dick Rector

Hi,

If Alfreds good advice is not working, take your keyboard asap to a Yamaha repair-shop as it is still under guarantee.
Non working keys of the same kind, in your case all the G's, is normally a problem that can occur with much older keyboards and it can be a damaged or worn out contact 'pad' underneath the keys. That of course is unlikely the case with you kboard but still....

Hope for you a factory reset will do the job.
Regards
Dick
Bali (Indonesia)

Oct 27, 2009
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Tried Initializing
by: Jean

Thanks Alfred but this suggestion did not work!

Oct 28, 2009
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G Keys YPT 210
by: Alfred

Dear Jean: Thanks for response, I hope your warranty is still in effect, in which case you should do as Dick has suggested and send your unit in for repair ASAP. Regardless of warranty, you should NOT TRY TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS ON YOUR OWN. Ensure you continue enjoying your keyboard by having it repaired by a qualified technician. Good luck. Regards.

Dec 29, 2009
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help
by: jim

Our keyboard was not used for about 6 months and when we went to use it none of the keys worked.On closer inspection we could hear the keys thru the headphones and the volume level works on the keyboard but there is no volume when the headphones are disconnected.Anyone got any advice.
thanks
jim

Jan 11, 2010
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no sound from keys
by: trollrx

Same thing here. We pulled our Yamaha keyboard out of storage, it powers up, lcd screen works, demo plays fine from speakers, everything works fine except no sound whatsoever from the keys.

At first it didn't play and we turned off and on a few times and it worked. Now nothing we do gets any sounds from the keys.

Jan 12, 2010
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"Sound Failure"
by: Alfred

Dear Jim & trollx: Check the condition of your Adaptor (if used). 1)The Output Specs may be off
2) The Plug may need cleaning 3) Check the Pin of your Keyboard. It too may need cleaning.

If the above cures your woes, please post a follow-up Forum message. Thanks and good luck.

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Yamaha YPT-210 Sound Problem.

by Korey
(Abilene,Tx USA)

I used my piano just a couple of times and now I have no sound. I downloaded the owners manual and did the checks it recommended but nothing. Has anyone else had a problem with this and is there anything else I could check? Also, I tried pluging in some headphones and still no sound, did not know if that is important.

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May 09, 2010
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Dead keyboard or.....?
by: Dick Rector

Hi Korey,

If you are sure the power-supply is working ok I am afraid you need a prof to look at your piano.
If also the headphones don't work, it looks like an internal amplifier problem.

Also, your piano was released in 2007. Not under a guarantee anymore if you bought it longer than a year ago but I would go to the supplier and see what they can do. You can expect a longer life from a keyboard.

Hope you can solve the problem.
Regards
Dick

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Unable to turn off keyboard easily
by: John Dvorak

I have lately been having to push the on/off button over 10 times in order to turn the keyboard off. It turns on just fine, with only one push, but I've been having the problem of not being able to turn it off like it used to turn off. So I was wondering if there was a way to reset the keyboard to get it to turn off properly. Thank you!

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