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If you have sound through the headphones but not the internal speakers then assuming there is nothing stuck in the socket, headphone adaptor, broken plug etc then it would point to the amplifier section of the keyboard having failed. Sound via the hip socket is normally from the pre amp stage. Is there any slight hissing from speakers? If so this reinforces amplifier theory as the speakers are obviously connected.
please state model number of the keyboard and answers to the above .
If those keys work normally, it's hard to see how the key switches themselves can be bad.
Is your keyboard MIDI capable? If you play the same chords, does the MIDI output look OK?
Could it be that your keyboard simply can't play all of the different sounds at the same time? I know some are limited in how many simultaneous tones can be played.
use the audio output to send the keyboards internal patch sounds, or use a usb midi adapter to use the keyboard to trigger the garageband midi sounds, if the keyboard has a midi output, that is. the usb output requires software drivers to use, and IS NOT mac compatible. You may have to select a midi source in garage band preferences or settings if you are using midi.
Reread your manual pages 14 and 15. Note page 14 tells you that "When using a monophonic tone generator such as the VL70m, the Normal Hold and Follow Hold functions CANNOT be used." I have both the WX5 and WX7. I also have both the VL70m and the WT11. The VL70m has a lot of better sounds, is editable and has better effects the WT11 allows you to use both follow modes. Any polyphonic midi keyboard with a midi in jack will allow you to use the follow modes. Read the directions on page 9 of your WX5 manual to hook your WX5 to the keyboard. Set your keyboard to receive all midi channels. I think it is Omni On, Poly. Hope this helps.
We can only guess what keyboard you might have. Maybe it has built in speakers or requires external speakers.
Usually on the keyboards there is a headphone jack. The jack disconnects output if headphones are in. Some keyboards have mute functions. Some use rotary volume controls, some use sliders... The controls can become damaged causing problems.
We don't have ESP to know what model you have and can give no further help without the model number. Always post as much detail and tests you have run.