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THere are a number of keys that are stiff or "stick" and do not play properly. IS ther a simple fix?

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Check if front of key is hitting the case. If it is, analyze why it is happening. If unit has been dropped this can happen. One can sometimes move the whole key assembly back slightly if this is the problem.

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    Tom Smith Jan 26, 2014

    The parts around the pivot joint are rotting, you have to take keyboard appart and sand or replace parts, piano is junk.

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