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Thanks Adam, sorry not responded to earlier email. It's a nuisance, this sticky-down key, but you are my best hope for a solution. I have now tried contacting Yamaha dealers on the web, hoping to find one not too far away from Oxford, where I could take the keyboard for fixing - no luck so far. I look forward to hearing from you. Chris Nichols.
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Thank you for your patience,
Thanks for this suggestion (getting a manual) but I am not qualified to dismantle the keyboard, I want to pay someone to do it. I note the warning at the head of the page of the link you sent!
I am really asking you to point me in the direction of an 'expert' who will fix it. Perhaps it is unfair of me to ask you to do this, please tell me if I am not going about this the right way. CN
PS: I have just now seen your latest response, admitting defeat! As I say above, I was not asking the right question. Do I get my £26 back? CN