Removing keys from a tool
If the mechanics are removed, removing the keys and putting them in place is not difficult. When there is a need to pull out one or two keys, and not the entire keyboard, removing the mechanics, as well as disassembling the piano, is not required. The key is removed from the pins and with the figure raised up to the stop, the rear end of the key is removed from under the figure. Sometimes the key needs to be turned almost to a vertical position, and in other cases - just a little bit.
The figure is a horizontal intermediate lever, having a pusher mounted on an axis - a spapler, which transfers movement from the key to the hammer.
Piano Hammer Extraction
First, you need to unfasten the bentik by lifting the figure with your finger so that the bentik is not stretched, remove its tongue from the hook, using the upward movement towards you. It is advisable not to drop the screws, otherwise it is impossible to get them out except to disassemble the piano, remove the mechanics and, holding it upright, shake until the screw and washer fall to the floor. In order to prevent the spiller from interfering during the installation of the hammer, you can remove the key so that the figure lowers along with the spiller.
The bentik is a flexible ribbon that connects the hammer knot and the figure.
The spiler is a lever that drives the hammer.
Removing and installing a figure
To remove the figure, you need to unfasten the bentik, get the mechanics, unscrew the screw from the back. Putting the figure in place is more difficult, since the spoon is very difficult to install the screw in the socket.