Question about Music
We can only guess at what type, model, and brand of instrument you have.
This is probably some type of organ... however there are many types.
IF the pedals are part of the main body of the organ, I would suspect a broken wire.
If it is a console organ, often the pedals have tabs that actuate switches. Often people place thess on a rug which CAN block the pedal from moving far enough.
Another thing is that SOME voices that can be used by the pedals on some organs do NOT span all the pedals because the instrument being emulated won't go that high in pitch.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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