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 RE: High notes to low notes
Author: Hiroshi 
Date:   1999-08-04 01:54

How about checking register key elevation? It should be about 1 mm. Some people say it should be even smaller. Ordinarily it is too much elevated and makes such a problem.It may not be your fault.Experiment can be done by inserting a thick tape beneath the contact point of the register key opposite from the cork.If then the problem solved,consult with a repair man. I would suggest the new cork should have a conical hole to disperse the air better as posted a few days ago relative to reparing.

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 High notes to low notes  new
Rob Maeda 1999-08-04 01:16 
 RE: High notes to low notes  new
Hiroshi 1999-08-04 01:54 
 RE: High notes to low notes  new
Tim2 1999-08-04 02:29 
 RE: High notes to low notes  new
Kevin Bowman 1999-08-04 19:17 
 RE: High notes to low notes  new
Rick2 1999-08-05 05:11 

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