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  1. Hi, Its my first post here. I'm guessing the readership here overlaps with that at Melodeon.net, where I posted a question similar to this one, but just in case here it is here. I did find flutina related discussion in this forum, so perhaps there is someone here with an answer to my question. I am planning to make a reproduction flutina, having valves on both sides of the keyboard, as in the attached picture. What I am not sure about is how a lifting action for the valves is achieved for those at the backside of the keyboard. I am thinking the levers for those valves must be hinged at the top part of the keyboard, although pictures available on the internet (all I have to go by) do not show this detail. I attached a rough sketch of a typical valve and lever mechanism for the front valves, and what I think the back valve mechanism might be. Is this right, or is there some more complicated mechanism involved. Any help, or pictures to show this detail, would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Don
  2. needed 1.repacement bellows source 2.replcement valves source 3.replacenent mother of pearl buttons source 4..schemmatiic drawings/videos just s complete video of disassembly would be wonderfuil also bellows glue for attachment many thanks in advance! Conrad Bladey
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