Question about First Act Discovery Junior Accordian FA107
Posted by Anonymous on
It is fixable by you ..if you are somewhat of a model builder and a craftsmen. Here is what you need to do:
1st. Find out if whats loose is in the bellows part, by stretching it all the way apart. If it is then carefully let it come back together.
2ed. Get an exact o knife and cut the bellows away from the key end TRY and JUST CUT the GLUE. It comes apart slowly don't rush it.
3rd. Examine the loose parts and make any repairs
4th. Replace and affix the loose part in the same manor it was attached ,if glued apply glue and clamp for 12 hours or what ever the glue you use suggests.
5th. Apply a thin but ample line of glue around key end and replace the bellows to original position. Be sure and wipe away any excess glue ASAP now camp or rubber band tightly and let glue dry thoroughly.
That is how I did it and it works fine.
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