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Subject: key making buzzing noise, no juice to lift hammer

Virginia J.
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Date Posted: 12:36:58 07/26/08 Sat

Hi All,
Just got a new pianocorder (well new to me anyways) besides having a few mechanical sticky keys from the piano itself, I have one key that makes a buzzing sound and doesn't have enough juice to push the hammer to the string. I used Mark's diagnostic file and the key just buzzes and barely moves. I'm sort of confused as to how to fix it and where to look, I open up the troubleshooting pdf guide and my head spins. Can any fabulous person out there point me in the right direction so that I can fix this? A million thanks, V.

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Re: key making buzzing noise, no juice to lift hammerRoger Dalziel10:59:19 08/01/08 Fri

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