How to replace white keys on Wurlitzer piano ?
Tagged As: Wurlitzer Piano Question: I have a Wurlitzer piano, not terribly old. Actually how can I tell how old it is? At any rate, I believe the keys are plastic. Can I replace some damaged ones myself? Can’t be too hard can it? Where can I find directions on how to do this and where to buy replacement keys. They appear to be offwhite. I need to replace around 15 of them. Thanks Answer: For the age…you need the serial number. If you raise the lid you should find a seven digit number somewhere near the tuning pins. Also…the number may be stamped into the upper portion of the back structure (behind the piano near the lid hinges). Post the number in this newsgroup and someone will look it up for you. If the keytops are chipped or burned…replacement is the best option but if they are badly scratched, a tech can sand and buff them to look like new. Replacement keytops rarely match and in order to do the replacement…the keysticks must be removed from the keyframe. Unless you are qu