Question about Yamaha Music
Unit was torn down. Section of metal bar which appears to secure 12 keys was removed. I was unable to remove keys to see what is wrong.
Posted by Anonymous on
Counter weights are not rotating on the one octave pin that holds them in place. This is caused by the grease changing over the years. Two options: remove the pin and ream out the nylon hole with a drill bit. Not too big of a hole, because you don't want the weight clunking around while playing. Caution: they will all start drooping, so do them all. Better option: since this keybed was copied from Suzuki, look into having the entire rod set replaced with a Suzuki ACE rod kit. The new rod is Teflon coated and won't give you any problems after it has been replaced.
Posted on Feb 24, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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