This includes fixing stuck or sluggish keys, repairing or replacing broken or chipped keytops, aligning keys that are uneven, and ensuring proper key dip and level.
The piano’s action mechanism, including the hammers, dampers, and related parts, may require repair. This can involve reattaching loose parts, replacing worn-out or broken components, and adjusting the action for proper alignment and responsiveness.
Repairing or replacing broken or damaged strings is a common repair task. This may involve replacing individual strings or sets of strings, ensuring proper tension, and addressing any issues with string seating or alignment.
The damper system, responsible for stopping the vibration of the strings, may need repair. This can involve fixing or replacing worn-out or damaged damper felts, adjusting damper timing, and ensuring proper damper function.