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Sustain pedal doesn't work any more - maybe it isn't the fault of the pedal? I don't want to order a new one if the problem is in the keyboard. I'm sorry, I just lent it to summer guests and don't have any info on the pedal - or whether other sustain pedals also won't work with this Casio WK-1300.

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Take it into a music store and try a pedal there in store. If it works, buy the new pedal and charge the guests. If it does not work, you know it's th TS input on the keyboard

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