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Newer page: version 3 Last edited on February 15, 2003 8:40 am. by JeffDairiki
Older page: version 1 Last edited on March 5, 2001 6:04 pm. by 24.12.245.74
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 A warning about this procedure was issued in a Keyboard article, Nov. 1991: 
  
 "... '__This is extremely dangerous__,'... 'and __should never be done by anyone except a technician__ who knows that the busbars are in absolutely perfect condition. If the keys are worn enough to have notches in their contacts, running the busbar back and forth against depressed keys can saw those little contact wires in half.'..." 
  
-Also, the preset keys are implemented similarly to regular keys, with the same type of key contacts and so forth. So if you choose to adjust the busbar shifter, as (2) and (3), __be sure that no preset keys are latched down__, else the same __damage could occur__ as in number (3) above. 
+Also, the PresetKeys are implemented similarly to regular keys, with the same type of key contacts and so forth. So if you choose to adjust the busbar shifter, as (2) and (3), __be sure that no PresetKeys are latched down__, else the same __damage could occur__ as in number (3) above. 
  
  
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