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cjsach

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Anyone have this model and have the issue with the top row making click/clack noise, but the bottom two rows are completely noiseless? I just bought one a few days ago, and I am noticing this.  Hohner advertises this as a noiseless keyboard, but I don't see it as noiseless if this is the case. Granted, it is much quieter than other Coronas I imagine, but the top row of mine is definitely not noiseless as compared to the other two rows.

Furthermore, the top row click/clack is not consistent all the way though.  The accidental is much quieter and the other buttons make noise to varying degrees. Anyone with a similar experience?
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Give us a call so we can take care of this for you 804-591-3745 Its probably the reverse lever linkage your hearing.
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Give us a call so we can take care of this for you 804-591-3745 Its probably the reverse lever linkage your hearing.
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I'm having the same issue on my Corona II Classic the F row on my GCF Box makes that same metallic button noise does anybody know how to fix it?
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Is it a new box or older one?
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Brand new out of the box. I opened it up and I'm pretty sure it's those metal links that connect the levers on the F row I just don't know how to make them not produce that metal clanking noise
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Have you tried reaching out to Hohner's accordion service department or the store where you bought it from? I think I know the sound you're referring to, but I've heard it across rows, not just on one, so this may be something different.
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I think it's the same problem that Tim describes from a couple years ago I'd like to see if I could figure out how to fix it on my own. But if I can't I'll contact the store that I got it from and see if they can do anything.
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Sometimes the button mechanism hits the underside of your keyboard when it springs up after you press a button.  I've experienced that sound before with the buttons making a clattering sound, especially when you play a fast polkita.  Some say that sound kinda adds some spirit to polkas.  If that's the case you might need to adjust the height of the buttons.
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I do have a Cantabella that makes an annoying sound but it makes it when the shoe snaps back to cover the sound hole at the sound board. The springs might have a little too much tension.
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