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I am looking for a digram or instructions on how to replace the battery in my ensoniq ks32 keyboard... anyone?

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This may not help, but it's the only way I found it. A seller has the instruction with the purchase of a battery from him. Before you ask, no it's not me! Maybe this will help.

http://cgi.ebay.com/New-BATTERY-for-Ensoniq-KS-32-KS32-KT-76-KT76-MR76_W0QQitemZ250358935028QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090118?IMSfp=TL090118114003r33053

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