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Unfortunately this is not a problem that you can fix yourself. It could be a small spring, a nylon balloon or a micro switch or one of thousands of things they use in the making of keyboards. I would take it to a reputable music shop that knows the product and can expertly repair it. There may even be one who does house calls.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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