Sticky keys on my keyboard.

by Maree
(Yamba NSW Australia)

I have 3 sticky keys on my clavinova CVP 290..... Wondering why and what I could do to prevent this and maybe fix the problem........... Thanks Maree

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Feb 09, 2010
Sticky/broken keys - Yamaha Clavinova
by: Anonymous

Many of the Yamaha Clavinovas have a manufacturing defect in the keys. You should call Yamaha, give them your serial number - and they will tell you whether or not your model qualifies for a keybed replacement. This is an amazing deal - you practically get a new keyboard - AT NO COST TO YOU. This is completely covered by Yamaha - and, you do not need to have a receipt. They will refer you to one of their warranty service centers who will perform the work.

Jan 28, 2010
Sticky Keys CVP 290
by: Alfred

Dear Maree: Try the following, and if the procedures do not cure your problem, you should SEEK THE AID OF A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN:
1) Blow out the perimeter(s) of the offending keys
with compressed air (from a can).
2) Follow with a STRONG vacuuming around the same area.
3)With a dry water-color brush gently apply a moderate bit of talcum powder in the same area.

Please post a comment if the actions work. Other members of the Forum will learn from your experience. Now that you have found this Forum, please feel free to return with questions or comments. Keep well.

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