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You will have to get a lock smith to make one. Do not force the box if damaged it will cost many many more times then a lock smith

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It's very difficult. I advise reading through these instructions all the way to decide if you really want to engage.

First, unplug the piano. Then take the large body lid off the piano. Slide out the 2 pins on which the lid pivots on the left side.

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Next you must remove the front panel and key box. The front panel faces outward just below (and in front of) the keys. The key box contains the keys, the weighted levers beneath the keys, the contact points and the key electronics - all contained or sitting on a metal box.

There are several steps to remove it. The easiest way may be to leave the front panel attached to the key box - and separate them later.

First, unscrew the ~8 screws holding the back of the key box to the floor of the cabinet. (This will also detach the ground wire.) Then trace the wire ribbon emerging from the back of the key box and detach it from the motherboard - you may need to snip a plastic zip tying the ribbon to other ribbons.

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Next, remove the two rows of ~8 screws along the front underside edge. The first row is ~2 cm from the front edge and the second row is about 5 cm from the edge.

You can now remove the key box and front panel. They should slide forward out of the front of the piano.

You can detach the front panel from the key box by releasing two screws on each side.

Set the key box on a work table. To free the keys, remove one of the plates holding the keys from the back. Each plate holds about 8 keys and has 4 screws to remove. The ones on the ends have less. Next, pry up the black plastic strip anchoring the backs of the keys.

Individual keys may now be removed. To remove a key push it straight backwards from it's normal resting position about 3-4 mm. With a little wiggling, the back of the key should pop out of its restraint. With the back released, slide the front forward and lift it off the key box. A key can also be removed by lifting the front clear of the lip holding it, and then sliding the back portion backwards 3-4 mm - although this requires a lot of wiggling. Use the first method if possible. It may be frustrating to get the first one, but it is possible.

You should be able to see the metal cantilevers beneath the keys. These are what stick. The cantilevers pivot on plastic bushings around two metal axles - the ends of which are visible from the end of the key box (once a small plastic cover on each end is removed - one screw each).

The bushings become worn or swell and stick to each other and their surroundings. You can try blasting them out with air and then adding a few drops of lubricating oil.

When this did not work for me, I toyed briefly with removing the two metal axles, This would allow cleaning all the plastic bushings individually by hand and replacing any defective ones. But there would still be little guarantee that sticking would not reoccur at any time, especially since the instrument is now old/compromised. Furthermore, removing the axles would necessitate taking off all the keys, and all the tiny screws along the top of the plates, and removing all the electronics from the key box.

Removing the axles would mean that to re-insert them each key would have to be threaded, (from the edges in). An enormous task.

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