Now with screw terminals. Comes with Volume Switch, Programming jack, speaker of your choice. Displaying products 1 - 16 of 16 results. Show: 30 60 90 It may be the stick going up to the action above. It may be rubbing on the frame of the piano. The hinge pin in the pedal may be squeaking in the wood or metal hinge point. Three treatments are possible: A.
Reset the hardware to force it out of contact. It may be as simple as just tightening the existing screws which have come loose. Make a mixture of graphite and light oil. Rub this on the wood parts where they make contact. If you have a squeaking grand, you may have to remove the lyre and lubricate the hinge pins in the pedal box.
Take the bottom of the box off to access the pedal hinge points. First though, check the levers under the key bed which operate the sustain and quiet works. Spray all moving points with aerosol silicone. You may need to purchase some powdered graphite of Teflon powder and rub it into the leather or felt parts between moving points. This we sell in the Catalog , bottom of the page. That mess of hardware in the bottom of the piano is called the Trap by piano technicians.
Can you guess why? Horror of horrors: The very worst terror is to find that the squeak comes from the action when you push the pedal down. Borrow Dr. Von Wizzlebone's stethoscope, and listen to the metal braces as you push the pedal. Or place the bit of a large long screw driver on the metal action brace and the end of the handle in your ear this is not a joke , and push the pedal down.
Is the squeak very loud with this technique? Try another test with uprights. Remove the sticks from the pedals down below by loosening the nuts on the rods at the pedals. Now get above the action, reach carefully down behind the action at its end, and operate the levers the sticks would push up on. Do you still have the squeak? Make a note of it on the lamp shade right now, and call the tuner.
If you insist in doing this yourself, there is something you can do, at least temporarily, which may last for years. Remove the action as in Chapter Five. Lay the action down Verrrrry carefully with the hammers and dampers UP.
Now look at the damper lever which the pedal stick pushes up. It turns 90 degrees into the action and operates the dampers. Operate it so you can see how it works.
It is virtually certain by now that this is the culprit. The hinge points are hard to find, but they have to be there, and this is the most likely point of the squeak. Spray all the damper hinges while you are at it.
If you ignore this warning, you better have good home owner's insurance. If this sounds dangerous, it ain't-- IF you do what I told you. If you don't, I'm gonna send one of the boys around to break your fingers, ya hear? You can remove the action Chapter Five , and find the points where the key bed rests on the wood shelf inside.
There will be five or six wear points total, arranged in the front and the back of the cavity. Some grands have inserted round wood plugs of very hard wood so that they will not wear.
These points should be well lubricated with powdered graphite. Add some if you are in doubt. While you have the action out of the grand, check the hardware at the left and right of the action which positions the action. It needs good batteries because bad ones have a higher impedance and the system required a low impedance power source to prevent from picking up DCC noise from the track or even a local AM radio station.
The old 's vintage Aristo Pacific came with a very basic analog sound system in the tender. This system barely worked but it did make the marketing claim of "sound equipped" legal. At that time, Phoenix cost about 2. It was a PH S generic steam system but configured to fit into the Aristo tender and to use the Aristo Hall effect chuff trigger. This system is very similar but not identical too the S generic system.
It has different recordings in it and it doesn't play two toots when starting out. Other than that, it works pretty much the same as the S It was configured and delivered in an RS3 fuel tank. The intent was that the user would remove the stock fuel tank and simply replace the whole thing. A license is needed if you want to use the music for anything else than just listening for your pleasure.
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