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Hi Gary,
this is all i could find.
go to this link and you should see some youtube videos showing how to open it.
hope this helps you out.plus you should see the link for the manual.
How to open Yamaha clp560 keyboard Google Search

Posted on Dec 08, 2017

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SOURCE: Sticky keys on keyboard

A good idea is to get a cloth (avoid tissues or paper wipes) and give that a spray with some form of window or screen cleaner and go over the keyboard a few times, for really sticky keys, gently remove them and give the underside and the base of the key a good wipe.

If you are unsure how to remove keys, please don't hesitate to reply (i will need the Model of the machine eg: acer extensa 5620)

Please don't spray the cleaner directly on the keyboard and dont use high grade cleaner as this can damage the keyboard

Posted on Dec 01, 2009

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Well they are meant to be sealed so your best bet would be to get some spray cleaner, and spray the gunk away, that should be fine, if it hasn't faulted yet it MUST be sealed properly, so just do it "in situ" .

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