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Subject: Re: How to evaluate a long dormant system?

Jim Porter
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Date Posted: 16:46:41 12/29/14 Mon
In reply to: John Grant 's message, "Re: How to evaluate a long dormant system?" on 18:06:39 02/24/12 Fri

I had my piano guy out today and had all of my regulation fixed. My player seems to not be playing any of the soft notes and the lower notes that do not hold don't seem to hit at all just the selenoids pulse but dont hit the note. They seem to play fine if the note is hard or a sustain.

Any thoughts? We have converted ours to the electronic system from you so no tapes just the electronic connection and that seems to be working perfectly.

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Re: How to evaluate a long dormant system?Mark Fontana15:30:28 01/03/15 Sat

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