This video looks at fixing a broken, cheap toy Casio keyboard.
I got this little CASIO SA-10 from a jumble sale. It cost me a massive 10 dkr – the equivalent of 2$.Unfortunately there was no sound but it turned out to be just some old batteries that had leaked all over the place. This video shows the restoring process where I first take it apart. Then I wash the plastic parts and clean the contact pads. And finally I put it together again and test if it works.
The music that comes with this video is something I made myself and it is played on the Yamaha HE-8 organ,Viscount RBX-850 organ, Roland JX-8P synthesizer, Korg Rhytm 55 drum machine, and the melody is played on a Yamaha PSS-12 and a CASIO SA-1 toy keyboard. The SA-10 that is shown in this video has the same sound chip as the SA-1 but four note polyphony instead of two.