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No chord will play while in fingered mode it is a casio tonebank ct700 model

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NORMALLY "fingered" mode means that you have to "finger" the chord, that is, play all the notes of the chord. It sounds like it IS working as designed.

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If you can find the C-below-middle-C ?

Put your small finger on C,
your next finger on the next white key: D,
your middle finger on the next white key: E
your index finger on the next white key: F
your thumb on the next white key: G

Lift your fingers away from D and F -- to keep this simple -- all we did was identify the D and E and F and G keys, relative to the C key.

Press C and E and G (small, middle, thumb)
to play a "major" chord in C.

Move your fingers "up":
C to D, E to F-sharp, G to A,
and play a "major" chord in D.

Move your fingers "up":
D to D-sharp, F-sharp to G, and A to A-sharp,
and play the chord in D-sharp (usually called 'E-flat').

Move your fingers "up":
D-sharp to F, G to A, and A-sharp to C,
and play the chord in F.

Move your fingers "up",
F to G, A to B, and C to D,
and play the chord in G.

Go back to the starting position (C-E-G),
and move "down": C to B-flat, E to D, and G to F,
and play the chord in B-flat.

So far, you have C-major, D-major, E-flat-major, F-major, G-major, and B-flat-major.

There are more chords, but most pop-music is in one of these keys.

Give it a try.

A lot of left-hand stuff is just the small-finger and thumb, omitting the middle finger, e.g., C&G,
to avoid a too "muddy" sound.

Or, "stretch" your hand: C-and-G-and-the-next-higher-C.

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Fredy 2 I am trying to play chords with my fingers, there is no sound, if it is on any other mode the chords work but i need it to be on fingered mode thanks doreen


OK... It wasn't clear from the original.

Sometimes the keyboard has a mode that splits for upper and lower part of the keyboard, usually splitting at the F#/G. Also CERTAIN voices will ONLY sound one note at a time. Piano setting would not have this problem of course.

When you play a single note does that sound? If it doesn't in the fingered mode, then there may be a processor problem in the unit/

If it does, there is probably a problem in the matrix that scans the keyboard electrically. If one of the keys were ELECTRICALLY stuck on, the processor within could not read whole sections of the keyboard.

To troubleshoot the problem, press exactly one key at a time... do they all work for say a piano voice while in the fingered mode.

Next press a key at the high end of the keyboard and try others. See if you can find an octave that fails to work.

The problem is likely imbedded in the electronics and could be anything from a dirty key contact to a cracked circuit board. It is NOT likely you can fix this yourself unless you are experienced in electronics.

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You might google for a "factory reset" for the unit. SOMETIMES they have a proceedure to reset any internal parameters to original if they have been modified.

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