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Can't turn on Roland Fantom G8 keyboard. Tried everything I could think of. Plugged in. Outlet works. Nothing else plugged in. Power turned on. Volume up. No lights. Nothing. Please help.

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    power cord is plug into piano keyboard and other end of power cord is plugged into outlet. power light on keyboard does not come on.

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Check your power cord. Sometimes they break near one of the plug ends. Use an Ohmmeter to verify continuity.

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