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Auto accompament failure Yamaha DGX220

Hi. My problem is when turning on aoto accomp, there is no sound and whole of the left hand side keys are inoperative, using the music database also fails but easy song arranger works fine as does the keyboard without auto accomp. think it may be a defective module, but has i live in the west of ireland and there is no yamaha service centre in the republic am a bit lost...any assistance would be appreciated on
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I had similar problem out of the box; fixed by setting Function to Style Volume and adjusting upward.

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