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Ensoniq MR-76 stops and starts on its own

I have a Ensoniq MR-76 keyboard that will start and stop playing tracks assigned to the drum machine any time it wants. In no certain pattern, just sparatically, and then sometimes it can sit in silence for a half an hour and not trigger itself at all.(so that any technician i take it to looks at me like im crazy) Then other times it will ''stop start, stop start stop start start, stop start start'' to the point you cant even lay down a track at all. If any one knows how to fix this problem PLEASE let me know how. Thank you.

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