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I have a yamaha mpv 5 piano it will come on but no sound when played.

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If you can get sound from the headphones, it may be that you need to have that jack replaced- there's a cutout on a headphone jack so that the sound to your speakers is off when headphones are in use. If you cannot get sound from either the headphones or speakers, it's probably an amplifier problem- which needs a tech. Is it under warranty?

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