Question about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano
Assuming this has worked in the past (otherwise if you have changed to different pedal that is the problem) the usual thing is the machine samples the state of the pedal at power up and assumes the polarity of the pedal is at rest. Make sure you are not pressing it as you power up. Also verify the pedal is COMPLETELY plugged in... sometimes they are not quite fully in and that causes a problem, especially with the two stage versions that are sometimes used.
Posted on May 08, 2011
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