I just wanted to let those of you who are interested know that I managed to get my Kurzweil K2600X Keyboard working this afternoon. For those of you who just came in, last week, I managed to spill a nice steaming Hot cup of coffee directly into my keyboard, causing it to stop working.
From start to finish, it took me roughly 8 hours, non-stop to take it apart, clean the boards, keys, and contacts with rubbing alcohol, put it all back together (with no extra parts, mind you! ) and give it a test. I started around 6:30 am and finished around 2:30 pm today. Talk about a long cleaning project.
I had a bit of an issue with the velocity sensors. I inadvertently put a few of them upside down, which caused the samples to play at one velocity level, loud!! Luckily, I managed to figure out what the problem was. I always have been good at troubleshooting!
I want to thank everyone who gave me advice and encouragement as well as my wife and son for giving me the day to get it working. My wife is fantastic, however, if I had taken too much longer, she would have chucked it out into the snow!! (On a side note, we recieved about 8 inches of snow here last night in Northwest, Ohio with more on the way.)
Anyway, now that it is done, I can get back to work on other things, like remembering how to play Happy Birthday on the piano for my son's 1st birthday tomorrow!
Again, thanks for the help. I really appreciate it.