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No sorry can't help
By bluejeans90 SELLER on 29 November 2016
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What kind of instructions do you think you need? When mine was not working on one occasion I changed the batteries but then discovered that the volume had been turned down accidentally to zero. You might need to know that you can only play single notes and no chords because you have only one stylus. The stylus (which l… see more What kind of instructions do you think you need? When mine was not working on one occasion I changed the batteries but then discovered that the volume had been turned down accidentally to zero. You might need to know that you can only play single notes and no chords because you have only one stylus. The stylus (which looks like a pencil) to which a wire is attached closes the electrical circuit which produces the sound. To play a chord i.e. 2 notes at the same time you would need a new circuitry and a device with two styli. I personally would welcome such a device for musical reasons. The Stylophone as it is is probably the smallest keyboard you can get. see less What kind of instructions do you think you need? When mine was not working on one occasion I changed the batteries but then discovered that the volume had been turned down accidentally to zero. You might need to know that you can only play single notes and no chords because you have only one stylus. The stylus (which looks like a pencil) to which a wire is attached closes the electrical circuit which produces the sound. To play a chord i.e. 2 notes at the same time you would need a new circuitry and a device with two styli. I personally would welcome such a device for musical reasons. The Stylophone as it is is probably the smallest keyboard you can get.
By Siegfried on 03 December 2015
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I measured it and made it 155 x 96 x 37, these measurements are all in millimetres. It is just under five inches long, it is just under for inches wide and 1½ inches thick. It comfortably fits into my jacket pocket
By Xavier Patrick on 25 January 2016
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Has two sockets, one labelled mp 3 and the other with a headphone sign
By Pauline db on 27 December 2015
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The volume is on the right hand side on mine.
By patricia mellars on 15 September 2017
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