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I need to repair a sticky key on a P120. Is there a repair manual?

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  • Hector Jul 18, 2013

    I have just dismantel my p-120 and it is so easy, you can see the clip on youtube or just remove all the screws you see on the back panel of the key board, set it upright again and remove the top where the buttonr are by pushing it forward remove sticky key and fit new please refer to youtube video clip it is all there....good luck

  • Hector Jul 18, 2013

    my nephew droped my p-120 after church while loading it in the truck. For about two months it was working ok until last week where it started to give a busszing sounch when I pressed any key, until today I

  • Hector Jul 18, 2013

    sorry until today there power at all to the yamaha p-120.....anyone got any bright ideas...thankis

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Call around to local music stores and ask about the closest authorized Yamaha repair center. If it is still under warranty, they should replace the keybed free of charge.
Here is a great website with the do's and don'ts about self keyboard repair. http://www.mikebarden.com/view.php/area/1/digital-piano-repairs-keyboard-repairs

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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SOURCE: How doI open a Yamaha P120 to fix sticky keys?

There was a recall for a keyboard replasement for this kind of problem which was free, go to the oficial yamaha website and see if the recall is abailable I had mine done about 22 years ago

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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