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baum

So I opened it up, and once the black wire goes inside the keyboard, it spread into the four colored fire. These are soldered onto the circuit board, next to letters
White : V (olts)
Yellow : D (ata)
Green : C (LK)
Red: G (round)

I haven't tried it yet, but I hope it works. I'll get back to you all on that.

mowcius

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White : V (olts)
Yellow : D (ata)
Green : C (LK)
Red: G (round)

Sounds about right  :)

If it doesn't work then it might have been that all the wrong wire combos messed it up but normally they're pretty good at protecting themselves  :P

mowcius

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IMHO, Wikipedia should remove that table

Isn't wikipedia edited by members?

In that case, why don't you remove it?  ;D

mowcius

westfw, that thing in your pic looks interesting, what is it?

mowcius

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Wikipedia is edited by a consensus of members who agree on the content and changes.
People who go in willy-nilly making changes are not considered team players.

Righty ho.

Mowcius

baum

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Sep 21, 2010, 10:51 pm Last Edit: Sep 21, 2010, 10:52 pm by baum Reason: 1
I just tried the new wiring config-- same as before. Nothing. Must be something inside the keyboard, then. Oh Well.

westfw

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westfw, that thing in your pic looks interesting, what is it?

It's a foot switch (I'm not sure where that come from) connected to the guts of a USB keyboard, wired so that one foot pedal will generate "page up" and the other will generate "page down."  It is supposed to be destined to become part of a music system so that a guitarist can advance pages of lyrics/chords on a laptop as she sings/plays, rather than having to deal with the current 50+ pounds of paper...

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