Sensitive inside part

Sensitive inside part

Liquids have no business being on a piano. For example, if beer falls over and spills into the instrument, the man (or woman) at the piano probably will not be very happy.

Sensitive interior! Please do not place objects on the instrument. This could damage the finish or affect the sound adversely. Containers with liquids of all kinds, such as vases, bottles or glasses, hot objects or open flame, must be kept away. No liquid should ever get into the interior of your instrument. Never place drinks or vases of flowers on your piano. If liquids are spilled into the instrument, it is an emergency! Absorb as much liquid as possible with a dry cloth! Never dry the affected parts of the instrument by means of heat! Call a technician immediately. Please do not try to clean the interior of your instrument yourself!

If you hear vibration noise while playing the piano, a second person could initially look around the room for causes of vibration, such as a lamp or other material excited by sound vibrations. An object that has accidentally slipped into the upright or grand piano can also cause annoying noise. If things fall into the instrument while playing, it can cause disturbing noise or damage the action. Be sure to ask a piano technician for help. If you are not sure how you can remove the top frame or keyboard cover of your grand piano, then it would be advisable to obtain professional help.

Piano inside view 1
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