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When I turn my 4700 roland onthe light comes on but I have very little volume. Help me

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There is probably both a global volume and individual program violume as well. One or both may have reset to a lower level and need to be turned up. It's also possible that the general output has a setting for line level or instrument level, which may be software controlled. Take a look through your manual to find these settings and adjust to suit.If all else fails, contact Roland Customer Service at this link for help.
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Sir i am from india i am purchasing roland bk5 since 1 year volume control of my keyboard does not work ...where should i buy that volume control plz help mee sir...


Might be best to contact the local service agent in India for Roland equipment.
Rivera Digitec (India) Pvt Ltd,
411 Nirman Kendra Mahalaxmi Flats Compound
(off Dr. Edwin Moses Road)
Mumbai 400011 Ph 022 24939051

If you do not have a user manual for this you can get it from
http://lib.roland.co.jp/support/en/manuals/res/62265052/BK-5_e4.pdf

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