Do the following steps to cure the problem :
1. Load the file and exit from Sequencer page to Home Page
2. Set the required Volume for Right1 (Fender) - Say about 80
3. Save to Panel Memory 1 as normal
4. Press Program Menus > Sequencer > Panel Write > OK > Exit x 2
5. Save the file back to SD Card / Disk as normal.
It looks like your original file had the higher Volume level stored within the 'Sequencer Reset' data, so after loading the file, or pressing the 'Sequencer Reset' button, the Right1 Volume was being reset to it's original higher value, by the 'Sequencer Reset' data, even though you had stored the new setting in Panel Memory. When a file which contains a sequence, is loaded from SD Card or disk, the 'Sequencer Reset' data function is accessed by default, and the KN7000 Panel set-up adjusted to reflect the data which was present, when the file was originally saved.
There was no Volume setting information at the start of the Right1 track, so it was the 'Panel Write'/'Sequencer Reset' data which was causing your 'problem'.
Before you save a sequencer file to SD Card or Disk, it is always best to save the KN7000 Panel set-up immediately before saving to Card or Disk. Make sure everything on the Panel is set up as you wish it to be, when you re-load the file, then from the Home screen, follow step 4 in the procedure above.
There are some other solutions to your particular problem, but the one described above is probably the simplest method....