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If batteries or power adapter does not power up the keyboard...possibilities are...if it has a fuse inside or fusible link check it.replace if blown.Another possibility is power component has a short. maybe from constant movement of power plug into keyboard.sometimes just by inserting the plug and wiggling it can solve the issue..having this fixed by a technician can cost a lot of money.but,if your keyboard`s value is less than the cost of fixing it,might as well replace your instrument.

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Try checking your power cord. Perhaps someone stepped on it and it pulled out. It happened to me once. I thought something was terribly wrong with it. I was pretty embarrassed to find out that I'd just cut off power via cable... check your cords before worrying too much. If nothing seems to be wrong, take it in to the repair shop.

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