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Some times tha accomtation chord is not working .why?any solvatation is there

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The keyboard may have picked up some dust and not making good contacts.
You mite try a high pressure blowout. or you may think about takeing it apart and giving it a real cleaning.
Good luck.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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Sorry if this isn't what you mean :) xxx

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