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sorry I don't know about your digital piano because I never repaired it.
thanks for nice comment, and IF you detach all the keys and put them into hot water to let the glue melt on itself and clean the weights, after that (for reassembling) you can use any Polychloroprene Adhesive for the weights to stick back, I am not sure about the toxicity of the glue but I use gloves, glasses and be a lot more careful while using these kind of adhesives, and wash my hands, you can ask some carpenter or technician or better a doctor about the toxic effects before using it, I hope it helps.
nice tutorial. i want to try this on an ep 7. the key weight glue melted in hot weather over a few yrs in storage and many weights dislodged and blocked keys. any hints on what i can use non toxic to get that glue out? I tried grain alcohol but barely dented it. Can you also recommend a non toxic glue to put them back with? thankx - stebinus
My grandkids pounded my Roland HP 1000s piano and now two keys will not depress. Do I need to take the entire piano apart from the bottom? Or is there an easier way to open the top and unstick the two keys? - Rolandfix
let me know the name and type of the grease for the keys. thx.
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Hello. Great instructions and photos! Could you tell me what kind of double sided tape you used? Where did you get it? I would appreciate any advice about that. Also, I heard that some people think Krytox teflon lubricant. Could you tell me the exact lubricant you used? Thanks!
How to repair Sticking keys of digital piano
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