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if your saying the power goes on/off allot then its got to be your power cord or connector in the back , these do have a hard life as these get moved around a bit , its gonna take a pro repair to replace the power connector-but you can buy new cords for them , try to wiggle it to confirm that's it , but if your display just goes on off , this is a software problem as most likely a error in reading the drive
In the past, whenever I needed a specialized replacement cord (as an electrical engineer) I went to this company: North American and International AC power cords and cord sets from... I have been able to find anything I ever looked for, and I see they have no minimum order. Another alternative is to find a local Goodwill or consignment store and browse through their older electronics (and hot plates and such). Old stuff sells so cheaply it's worth it just for the cord.
The answer is you DON'T replace it without repairing the cause, lest you cause further damage to the internal components. Often the fuse is contained in a plastic "boat" that is right alongside where the power cord plugs in. You have to remove the cord to lift the tab on the boat.
It sounds as if you need to replace the power cord or the power socket on your amplifier.
If you can get into the cord check to see if the connections are tight do the same on the socket.
I guess you have a faulty connection.
It sounds like the adapter jack in the Alesis has a bad solder joint to the circuit board .This is a fairly common problem with all modules that have external power supplies and is an easy fix if you feel confident and are good at soldering.
The black wire is in series with the power switch as it is hot. Use considerable care when working with A.C. If you are replacing cords, try to cut the wires off leaving some colored insulation so you know which is which. Always do these repairs with the power disconnected.