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Pro Line mic stand

In most of these stands, there is a nylon ring (similar to a PVC plumbing connector). In cases where it may have been over-tightened in the past, the ring may lose its ability to "lock" onto the tube that runs through the middle. Disassemble the unit, and look for any cracks in the ring or the grip. Cracks in the grip can cause this to fail as well. Good luck! :)

Jan 14, 2013 | Pro Line ProLine Desktop Mic Stand, Black

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Does any one make a carry bag or soft case for transporting the ProLine PL-400. The stand measures around 54" x 16" x (7-8)". I would like to have a case that I can use when I go to a hotel...

I have never seen a carrying case for these offered anyplace... they can be a pain to handle. You MIGHT try to get someone to make a heavy duty cardboard box to carry it in. These are a heavy duty stand... making almost any hard case would triple the weight. They custom make cases for mixers but that type would weigh about 50 pounds for the case alone. If I were making one, I would do it something like the mic/speaker stand cases are with a zipper down the opening. Maybe use canvas... but DO use a heavy zipper... getting the "ears" in and out of a duffle bag would certainly be frustrating to the max.

Sep 06, 2011 | Pro Line Proline Pl 400 Double X Braced...

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I have the PL400 stand and cannot open it. there is the long pin but it won't budge, Can you help

The pins can be sticky. You squeeze the pin extending out upward toward the top cross member to release the catch. I have one of these and they work nice. The pin (cushioned) that extends out is a handle that moves in a slot that pulls a rod through the tube to pull the index pin at the disk with the slots in it. These work easy but pull back on the pin before putting any force to open the unit.

Jun 27, 2011 | Pro Line Proline Pl 400 Double X Braced...

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I have a used Clavinova with noisy keys. I'd like to have it fixed but I can't find the location of the serial number or model number in order to identify it. Can you help?

The label is USUALLY very near where the power cord connects. If you can photo the unit that will help identify it.

Jun 06, 2011 | Music

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Recently, the volume of my keyboard dropped significantly, and now when I play there is an annoying tremelo that makes it difficult to play. The problem persisted when I connected it to an amp, so I know...

Here is a parts and assembly service manual...

The schematic will be nearly identical to the 151 model with schematic included in this one:

First thing to verify is the power supply voltages and that they are clean using an oscilloscope. Check that cables are all seated. There is NOT too much more that one can DIY beyond this. verify the problem also exists in headphones.

May 08, 2011 | Yamaha YDP223 Digital Piano

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Proline Piano Keyboard Stand Assembly Hi, I just bought a Proline piano stand for an electronic keyboard, and the first step on the assembly directions is to move the clutch to the middle position....

Normally on my stand like this you PULL the knob outward (not turn it) to disengage the pin from the plate with the holes in it... Works quite well and the stand is moree stable than many.

Nov 28, 2010 | Pro Line Proline Pl 400 Double X Braced...

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I have a fifteen chord autoharp. I have lost

Click on this link and then clickl on the photo. Then click on the sizing tool at the lower rioght to get a photo size that you can read the key.

Jul 02, 2010 | Oscar Schmidt Autoharp

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