How to dismantle a yamaha clp 105 piano for refitting of new felts.
The short answer is you remove every screw. I don't mean to make it an intimidating task, it is not, it is just very time consuming because of the extent that you will be dismantling it. You will be thinking by the time you are done you will have removed them all.
Also do the work in a well lit area, take reference photos as you move along so you know how it goes to gether when the time comes. If it looks like a wire assembly might be confused for another, use an indellible marker to put dots on a wire and it's destination to keep them straight.
Keep pets away from the open unit or parts of it.
The keyboard is generally attached to the bottom of the cabinet. You need to locate and remove all of the screws for the upper cabinet that hold it to the lower section first. Once that upper portion has been lifted clear, you can see the screws to remove the other pieces you need to remove or move out of the way to get at the keys,
Don't force anything, anything that looks like it should come apart will, it may just have some hidden clips that need to be moved aside to release it first. A small flat screwdriver will usually suffice,
Apr 27, 2012 |
Yamaha Musical Instruments