Transporting Yamaha DGX-660B keyboard stand disassembly and/or transport

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Hello Forum Mmebers

I am a newbie to this forum, so please accept my apologies if my question reflects that.

About a year ago, I purchased a Yamaha DGX-660 B together with the stand. I am now shifting to another city, and plan to transport the digital piano.
Questions:

Q1: How do I disassemble the stand? Are there any instructions on how to do so? If so, where could I find them?

Q2: Further, what is the cost of just the stand? I ask so I can decide whether to just buy a new stand instead of transporting it (which might be as expensive).

Looking forward to members' insights/suggestions.

Sincerely
Krishnamoorthy Iyer.
 

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You originally bought the stand without instructions?>?>?>

Was it preassembled?

Anyway, your best bet is to see how it was constructed by carefully taking it apart by trial and error.

As for the price of a new stand?

Google it. Or ask Yamaha.

Or, instead of replacing it consider buying a good quality Z stand instead.

Gary ;)
 
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I am really struggling not to post RTFM.

In your case Google Yamaha DGX670 manual.

Select the one which will take you to a page on a Yamaha website where the DGX660 download is available.

Download it and open it at Page 12 where you will find the assembly instructions and of course disassembly is the reverse.

The only tool you will need is a suitably sized cross bladed screwdriver.

The stand should collapse down to the legs and the cross brace.

TIP
Remove the keyboard from the stand first.
 
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Dude, there are dozens of stands made. dont have a clue as to what stand you are even talking about. how about a picture or a mfg and model? it's like playing i can name that tune in one note.
 
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Dave, the Yamaha stand in question is a piece of furniture, two solid legs, screw on feet plinths and a cross brace.

Simply unscrew the component parts to create an Ikea like flat pack.
 

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