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I need a power transformer for roland sde -3000

I need a replacement power transformer for my roland digital audio unit model SDE-3000 either 110v or 240v will do I've a sounds module Roland U-220 that it's look like the transformer is dead. Can not see any fuse. Do I need to replace the transfo ?

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I need a transformer part 32 no:11-32-000 class 2 ac power transformer mod:mw48-090200a Input:120 ac 60hz output:9vac 2000ma.
(UL) US Ite powuer supply made in japan

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