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    Closed: Re: What might be wrong with this old piano?

    Hello guys!
    Thanks for all help, I learned alot!
    I found an old universal adjustable adapter in a box when I was looking for a hdmi cable.
    It turned out that it was of right kind.
    I also...
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    Closed: Re: What might be wrong with this old piano?

    Hello guys,
    I took an other glance at the spec of:
    https://m.clasohlson.com/se/N%C3%A4t...-A/Pr512786000
    It says (in swedish) it does not hot any center pin. Perhaps then I could not just cut the...
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    Closed: Re: What might be wrong with this old piano?

    Hello,
    Thanks for that info! I bet that is the reason. As someone mentioned above, isn't it possible to cut the cable, switch the wires to change the polarity?
    Best regards
    Fredrik

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    Closed: Re: What might be wrong with this old piano?

    Hello Guys!
    Thanks for all interesting replies.
    Unfortenately I am gone from home/the pianos for a couple of days. But when I get back I will try the newly found Casio piano with batteries asap,...
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    Closed: What might be wrong with this old piano?

    Hello Guys,
    I got two kids, son and daughter, both are a bit interested of playing piano.

    A couple of years ago my brother in law gave us an old retro piano. That piano works fine and my son...
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    Hello guys!
    (Pardon my english)
    Thanks for all advice.

    Yes the idea was just to power the PI. And my idea was if I could find some pins on the board inside the monitor that constantly giving 5v...
  7. Closed: [moved] Is it ridiculous to think that it is possible to add a USB-port to a monitor?

    Hello Guys!

    I just got a raspberry PI model 3 B.
    (Power info https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/power/README.md)

    My idea is to connect the PI to a monitor and start...
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