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Lindeman Piano...
By Jason Klinger

I'm sorry for the missing information. The action in the piano is an Autopiano. It's like a standard in about every way except pump design and valve style. Instead of the valves being on metal stems held on by force fit collars ( standard ), they are "screwed" onto threaded stems and travel is adjusted by pushing in and turning the stem either clockwise - for more travel, or counter-clockwise - for less travel. Yes, you are correct. It does have a double valve action.
Thank you Les for your tips on finding the leaks. I shall do that immediately.


(Message sent Wed 6 Dec 1995, 20:14:19 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

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