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Power switch no working

It use to turn on when I fiddled with it now it doesn't come on at all.

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  • Bahbeau Nov 02, 2012

    It's a M-Audio Ozone Midi keyboard, power flickers on and off when I push power botton.



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Power bottom has to be replaced,

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  • Bahbeau Nov 04, 2012

    Where can I get that from.



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