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Casio PX700 sensors not working

My Casio PX 700 sensors do not seem to be working. They use to be touch-sensitive but now it doesn't matter how hard or soft I hit the key; it's all the same sound/volume. How can I fix this problem? Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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    tara537 Oct 30, 2012

    I should have posted my comment here. I also need assistance. The Function button does not seem to make a difference as the manual button suggests.

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Hi. I don't have a 700, but on the other privia's I have seen, there is a function key combo to turn on and off the touch response. Go to casio, and download the manual. You hit "fn" and then one of the lower keys. There are 4 levels of sensitivity on my machine. -Don

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I have the same issue with my Casio Px-700. One day all of a sudden, there is no dynamic. I did look at the manual. And saw the option to hold down Function then C5 to reset - but it did not help. Any one else know how to actually fix this issue. I see I am not the only one with the problem.-Tara

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