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Yes, you should get it sorted - presuming you brought the piano from somewhere with a warranty. It should be repairable, rather than you needing to return it completely. Digital pianos have various felt parts which prevent wood/metal parts making contact - and producing the clicking noise you can hear on that key. They're completely replaceable - a new (or ...


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Take a tooth brush and tooth paste and scrub your flute down with it. Make sure you use lukewarm water before and after to rinse it off. I tarnished my flute by accidentally soaking it in 3% hydrogen peroxide for too long so it got all tarnished but the toothpaste helped it a lot. To disinfect it I use mouthwash. Just put a little on a washcloth or spray ...


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Hi I play a carparelli S4 and had some modifications done but bottom line I've got my action down to 45 thou at 12th of low E and about 37 thou at 12th of high E. I have the relief set to 3 thou at the 7th of low E while capoing 1st and fretting 15th. I use the stewmac steel card tool and a very bright light and get it set exactly as to blend the string ...



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