You really helped me! These use tabs that are press fit into tiny holes to keep them in alignment with the bottom contact strip. I do know that some people said that Edirol replaced their keyboard or at least fixed it without any hassle. Could be a quick fix for someone who only has a few keys that are misbehaving. Has anyone tried to find replacements for those faulty parts? If you have the time I’d like to know if this works for you.
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Could be a quick fix for someone who only edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 a few keys that are misbehaving. When you get them apart you’ll find little carbon contacts inside the blisters. I think that the blisters are contgoller constracted from the beginning but if you bought it there’s nothing you can do So you might want to contact them and ask them what they can do.
I bought the original one back in Once the carbon gets too hard this won’t work and you’ll need to replace the blister strip.
Can this actually be fixed by a pro, or is edlrol keyboard dead?
Most of the keys that didn’t work previously work now but they still need to pcf-50 pressed slightly harder. Dead keys on the old PCRs comes as standard. I need another controller, and I was thinking edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 another Edirol, but after reading this thread, I don’t think I’ll be going back to Edirol.
Edirol replaced it out of guarantee with no quibbles, it seems to have been a known problem. Now to be taken over by the A-Pro in April.
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The new one’s imdi fine since then,so far. You really helped me! I’m not the OP, but I followed your directions on my own PCR-M50 with a number of dead keys, and after using a fifty cent drafting eraser, all my keys work great.
Hey guys, thanks for the great tips! They edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 not expensive. OTOH I’ve had to work on my d5 a couple of times and if it’s the same thing, those are carbon contacts and this is what works for me.
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People asked for a refund when it didn’t happen because they didn’t want to feel left out. Next Display posts from previous: Edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 tried it to edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 pcr-m Build it and they will come.
I would like to replace them but haven’t tried to find any of them yet. If you’ve got one of those powered drafting erasers those usually work great. I have a PCR-M50 and it works fine so far. I had a PCR for about 3 years and had the same problem. The last time I had to do it was maybe six years ago and it’s still fine so it holds up. The new PCRs don’t have the same trouble. Under the keys you’ll find a rubber blister strip s with one or two blisters per key.
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If you have the time I’d like to know if this works for you. I pulled the thing apart to clean the contacts with a clean eraser or rubber, depending on your breed of Englishbut new keys continue to edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 up the ghost weekly Started off with midl a couple of keys, and quickly progressed to an entire octave and then some random keys further up the keyboard.
These use tabs that are press fit into tiny holes to keep them in alignment with edirol midi keyboard controller pcr-50 bottom contact strip. Do the same to the bottom contacts and do all of them while you are at it. Industry Focus Interviews Blog.
These are the problem.