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Dear Sir, I have a Korg Pro Pa1X Pro keyboard and want to change the keys pad which is made of graphite points stuck to rubber covering. the production number is 02.0184-A 26613360. Kindly state if available, price and postage to Malta.
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Saviour Borg

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I might suggest www.ebay.com or www.craigslist.com for a keyboard.

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