The Korg X50 is powered by an standard power adaptor. However, its internal clock and calender are powered by a CR2032 lithium battery. When it's time to replace this battery, your keyboard's display shows "Battery Voltage Low." When this happens, you should replace the calender battery as soon as possible. Korg recommends using Sony or Panasonic replacement batteries, according to the X50 manual.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- CR2032 battery
- Phillips head screwdriver
Turn the power switch off. Unplug the power adaptor from the keyboard. Set four books, magazines or other support on the floor or table. Align the support so the items line up with each corner of the keyboard.
Flip the keyboard over. Set it down on the support items. This provides support and prevents damage to your keys and buttons.
Remove the four Phillips head screws from the rear compartment cover. Lift the cover to expose the memory card and the CR2032 battery.
Gently push the battery toward the edge of the compartment, and then release your finger. This releases the spring-loaded battery clamp. Lift the battery out with your fingers.
Insert the new battery, positive side (+) up. Push the battery toward the edge of the compartment to re-engage the spring-loaded clamp.
Place the rear compartment cover back into position. Tighten the four Phillips head screws to finish.
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