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Suzuki - hp 275e assembly guide
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Side of Piano
Attachment
Rods
Piano Front
D1
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D7
D6
A1
A2
1. U
NPACKING
A.
The HP-275e includes 3 boxes; The Piano, The
Stand and The Bench. Make sure you have all 3.
Unpacking and assembly should take place on
a soft surface such ast carpeting or a furniture
blanket to protect the fine finish.
B.
Open the Stand box first and remove
the foam end blocks, accessories and
assembly parts.
C.
The feet for the stand are stored inside the
2 foam blocks in the center of the stand box.
Cut the tape and remove them from the foam
blocks and set aside.
D.
Unpack the assembly parts.
You should have:
1. 2 Stand Feet wrapped in protective film
2. 1 Phillips Screwdriver
3. 8 Large cover caps
4. 4 Small covers caps
5. 4 Cam Locks
6. 2 Paired speaker connection wires
7. 1 Power cord
8. 1 Instruction Manual
2. S
TAND
A
SSEMBLY
E.
Using 2 people, lift the stand out of the
box and place it on a soft surface upside
down. Remove the protective outer packing
materials. Leave the clear, thin protective
film in place for now.
A.
Remove the clear protective film
from the stand feet. You will notice the
attaching hardware is already in place.
2. S
TAND
A
SSEMBLY
(Continued)
B.
Locate the 2 holes in the stand leg
bottom. This is where you will thread in the
screws that are already in the feet.
C.
Go to the inside of the stand
leg and locate the barrel nuts
already in their holes. Notice the
barrel nut has a Phillips head X
in it as well as a large straight
slot. Align the straight slot to
point to the intersecting hole in
the leg bottom. This will align
the threads in the barrel nut
with the intersecting hole and
the feet screws.
D.
Push the screws into the holes in
the feet and align them to thread into
the stand barrel nuts. Make sure the
pads mounted on the bottom of the
feet face to the inside of the stand
before you tighten the feet screws.
NOTE:
You may have to realign the barrel nuts
during the attachment process. Do Not
force the screws into the barrel nuts,
they should screw in smoothly.
E.
Once you have attached the feet, using 2 people
turn the stand over and place it on its feet.
F.
Peal the clear protective film away from the
attachment surface where the piano will sit.
3. U
NPACKING
THE
P
IANO
A1.
Open the piano carton and remove the foam blocks.
A2.
Prior to lifting the piano out of the carton place 2 of
the foam packaging blocks where you will place the piano
for unwrapping.
NOTE:
The piano has protruding
from its bottom 4 small
stand attachment rods
that may be damaged if
the piano is allowed to
rest on them.
B.
Lift the piano out of the box and place it on the
foam blocks. This will protect the stand attachment
rods. Remove the outer protective packing, leaving
the clear protective film and fiberglass tape holding
the fallboard in place for now.
NOTE:
The fiberglass tape will hold the fallboard in place
while you are moving the piano around. If the tape
is removed the fallboard can slam open or closed
during movement and damage may occur.
C.
Peal the clear protective film away from the
attachment surfaces on the piano bottom.
4. A
TTACHING
THE
P
IANO
TO
THE
S
TAND
Pictured are the attachment rods on the piano bottom.
A.
Locate the 4 cam locks in the assembly hardware.
C.
The cam locks have a Phillips
head X with a small arrowhead. Slide
the cam lock into the stand hole with
the Phillips head facing out and the
arrow pointing up towards the small
hole in the top of the stand.
B.
On the outside of the stand leg tops, locate the
4 large holes where the cam locks will be inserted.
D.
Using 2 people, align and slide the
piano attachment rods into the holes in the
top of the stand and into the cam locks.
NOTE:
The cam locks must be properly aligned to
allow the attachment rods to easily slide
in. Damage may occur if this alignment is
not done correctly. Do Not force the piano
rods down into the cam locks. With proper
alignment, the piano rods will slide in
smoothly. You may have to lift the piano
and realign the cam locks.

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