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Yamaha PSR 600 - How to Open for Repairs

I have a broken board inside and need to open the unit.
I have removed the screws at the bottom, but cannot get top and bottom to separate.
Can someone tell me how?

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Mitch
mitchp@sadako.org


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This is an answer to a message left almost 2 years ago.
There are:
24 brass screws about 1/2" long.
3 brass screws about 1" long and
2 black screws about 1" long

In all, 29 screws to remove. The case should come off easily. Be careful not to disconnect wires when lifting back from instrument.

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