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_lisstheshopaholic_ asked:

19 Feb 2010

Flute question!!

ok so the first key on the flute (the first one you would hold down) is stuck down. for most notes they come out right with this key down except D natural. it is stuck down but i can pull it back up if i try but idk. does it need to be fixed? tips?? did i somehow twist the key down?? im scared i messed my flute up :((

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runningwithscissors

runningwithscissors says:

Posted on 20 Feb 2010

Do not try fixing it yourself.

I repeat: Do not fix it yourself.

Take it to the nearest music shop. instrument repair thing and they'll fix it for you.

Make sure everytime your're done playing you clean under the pads as much as you can.

omfg_megan

omfg_megan says:

Posted on 20 Feb 2010

well, i dont play flute but i play saxophone and its pretty simular and set up almost exactly the same so i think i can help.

your pads are sticky not the key and you will probly need to bring it to a repair place if when you gently pull up they dont come unstuck. you can take it to your band teacher and they could send it out to be fixed for you. but if your not in band go to your local music shop and they can send it out to their repair person and they will fix it. if its just one pad it probally wont cost too much and it probly wont take more than a week to get it back. there are ways to unstick them yourself but i wouldnt try it if your not experianced, you could mess up your flute even more. good luck:]

omfg_megan

omfg_megan says:

Posted on 20 Feb 2010

oh and it's not that bad its happened to me before but with sax, when you get it back it will be as good as new:)

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