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Problem with Casio AP45 #1358106
01/25/10 10:44 PM
01/25/10 10:44 PM
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kacey Offline OP
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I moved my Casio AP 45 to a different location in my house and now it's doing funny things. About 5-6 keys are playing louder than the rest of the piano (comes and goes) and one of the keys sounds like it's playing two notes at the same time. Anyone had this problem or know what is causing this? Thanks for any help.


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Re: Problem with Casio AP45 [Re: kacey] #1358291
01/26/10 03:25 AM
01/26/10 03:25 AM
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Sounds like dirt or whatever in the switch contacts. Some sort of cleaning is in order. Maybe just compressed air but maybe some minor disassembly and cleaning.

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