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    My LX49+ is already malfunctioning after 6 months. Should have known. One of the pads is stuck and causing static. Is it possible to get inside and disable the pads completely?? I don't use them.
    That goes for the cheap oscillators also. I am way past the warranty and I don't mind hacking hardware..
    what do you know??

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