First let me apologise for losing my cool. I forgot my traditional British stiff upper lip, but I was in some despair. I am now in a better frame of mind. I refer
To my post in “Memories” I do thank all the people
Who emailed to give me encouragement?.
I have a question concerning the KN2600!
This was brought on by the result of an action by me.
I was switching on the KN2600.My finger slipped off the switch and I flicked it rather the pressed it.
The keyboard came on for a fraction of a second and then switched off when I tried to switch on the panel lights were all off. But the LCD screen was on.
The message in the screen was.
“Error in CPU Data transmission” I tried again but got the same error. I tried a factory reset. It is different than the KN7000. But the same principle.
Three rhythm styles pressed and switch on.
I tried and got the same error, I then looked at a recent post "Reference (Alec and Bill)" they had described a diagnostic test for the KN7000.
First hold down C3 D3 C4. when I switched on it
Loaded the LCD as normal, I thought I had sorted it.
But I noticed, still no panel lights!! I switched off
When switching on again, the error message was back. I then went through the diagnostics shown in http://www.synthzone.com/ubbs/Forum25/HTML/002383.html
I did not do Number six. Because there is no floppy drive in the KN2600.I got different messages in the LCD But I could not respond to the requests.
No panel lights were on at all!!
It was late at this time, and I went to bed.
When I got out of bed this morning. My wife was sleeping. With continuity tester and screw driver in hand, I went to find out if in fact the PCB board was protected by a fuse. I was hoping it was.
I switched on and the “blasted thing operated as normal”. So what had I done?. I don’t know is the answer. It would seem an overnight shutdown had reset something What does “Error in CPU Data transmission” Relate to?. Anyone know please?. anyone got a clue as to what happened? I know most of the members have the KN7000. But someone may know
[This message has been edited by Phil Lynch (edited 01-30-2005).]