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The pitch and modulation wheels are on a separate circuit board, if they both stopped working at the same time, it's likely the connecting cable has dislodged.
Opening an X5(D) is relatively simple and you should be able to simply plug the cable back in. If you're not comfortable doing that, take it to a shop.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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For Combi/Multi patches you can disable control changes for each sound under EDIT 6D but this also switches off other control change instructions (pan, expression, pedal etc.).
Somewhere under GLOBAL settings you should be able to find the modulation wheel Depth setting and set it to 0 which should stop your mod wheel from working but you could achieve the same effect by just keeping the mod wheel pulled all the way down.
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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There's a watch type battery (flat disc) on one of the boards inside the X5D. This maintains the settings while the keyboard is switched off and could be the whole problem.
The keys are on two different circuit boards connected with a multi-pin cable. If the cable were dislodged I would expect it to simply cut off half the keys but it's probably worth checking.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
Check the output socket for corrosion, this would stop the sound from getting to the amp. Plug in an output cable and wiggle it around to see if it works intermittently. Plug it in and out a few times and see. We are looking for a dirty connection.
Posted on Mar 03, 2013
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