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Rotary Pump Makes the Grand Piano Shimmy
By Steve Bentley

With regard to glue, I have had good results from using Carpenter's or
Titebond glue.  Use some in place when fitting any dowels and anyplace
where the original glue has failed.

An experience: once when removing a grand piano action, I broke the
shank of one hammer.  Using this glue repaired it as good as a new shank.

Steve Bentley
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

(Message sent Wed 4 May 2016, 18:57:18 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

Key Words in Subject:  Grand, Makes, Piano, Pump, Rotary, Shimmy

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