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Not sure what module you're using this with, but I'm familiar with Roland electronic drum pads and modules, and guess the following would stand true for any pad / module combo.... I would check the following:
Is the cable correctly connected at the pad?
Is the cable correctly connected at the module?
Is the module sound turned up?
Are your headphones / speakers turned on & up (do other pads sound)?
Is the fader for the specific pad (or pad group) turned up? (On a Roland module, where the pad is AUX1 to 4 - the 'fader' button needs to be pressed in order to operate the AUX slider).
The next couple of things are less likely, but possible.
Does the pad have a polarity switch on? - try switching it.
Has he correct pad type been assigned in the module?
Has an instrument been assigned to the pad (Roland: Press INSTRUMENT, hit the Pad, select a sound)
If you get no joy with this - please drop me a message.
Yep... Roland pedals are reversed, that is, normally closed contacts. Unlike some Yamaha keyboards, the Casio doesn't have an inversion function available. You have two choices to solve this: 1. Buy a pedal with the corect sense 2. Open the Roland pedal and MAYBE with a soldering iron you can move a wire to select a contact with the opposite sense.
Check for corrosion on battery contacts. If this unit can use an AC adapter, often the switch contact in the power plug that connects the batteries when adapter is removed gets bent and fails to connect the batteries.
sounds like the solder on the connections has either dried and cracked or come loosse if the wrigling of cables works its the connections if you unpluig and remove the back panel look where the cable connect check the condition of the wiring at source point of contact you may need to resolder or reconnect..
It sounds like your volume slider is dirty. Try carefully and judiciously spraying a good quality contact cleaner into the slider and working it. do not use a lot. It only takes a little. Also do not use WD40.