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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
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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.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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