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Yamaha P120 S. I have got a replacement keyboard from Yamaha but can't figure out how to fully open the case to remove the unserviceable one and fit the new one. I have removed most of the screws from the bottom of the instrument, and managed to slide the right-hand end cover out of the way, enabling me to pull one end of the front cover outwards. But I can't see how to get the left-hand side out. Can you help please? Thank you.

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What is the part number for the replacement keyboard? i need to replace one as well. Thanx

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