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Just acquired a used Celviano (AP 60R) digital keyboard. From what I can gather the lithium battery in these things needs to be replaced after a period of about 5 years or so.

Is this something I can do myself if I have at least a bit better than average handyman skills, or is it something you really need to get a serviceman to do, and how is that accomplished?

Of course, the thing is still playable, just doesn't have many of the record, and store features.

Guess it depends on how much you value such features, but anyone have an idea what this might cost, and an opinion on whether it's really worthwhile?
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