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I have a new PC1SE with sustain problems

I have a new PC1SE. After doing some customization of the sounds I find that on occasion, the sustain comes on when I switch from sound to sound. How can I undo what I did?

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Read your manual under "Reset" I found on the PC3 unit there is a reset button that is held at power up and all internal settings revert to the settings when it came from the factory.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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