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Casio AP-5 "Celviano" Digital Piano Owners Manual

I am looking for a Casio AP-5 Celviano Digital Piano "Owners Manual". (The piano was recently donated to my family).
I have searched relentlessly, but to no avail. ANY help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Kindly respond to ggjansen@telus.net

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    I'm also looking for the manual...I have piano but none of the other features are working...including sostenuto pedal which is a MUST.... any news on the manual?

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Go to web site user-mauals.com

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