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Turning a Player Piano Onto Its Side
By Michael Start

Hi MMDer's,  We are moving house and face the prospect of turning our
Duo-Art upright piano onto its end in order to get it 'round a tight
corner and into its new location.

Is this asking for trouble, with the movement of debris and dust in the
valves, or is this usually an okay procedure with pianolas?

Regards
Michael Start
London


(Message sent Fri 16 Jul 2004, 12:43:19 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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