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Does my Casio g-200 keyboard have a fuse ? If so what type and where is it ?


I'd go exchange the power supply for the correct one (check the voltage, polarity and mA rating that's marked next to the power input). It may be too late, though.
There will be a fuse on the internal power input board, as well as one in the power supply, but if the instrument is turning on and lighting up, it's not a blown fuse.

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I lost my adapter to my keyboard and I need to find either a substitute or a new way to turn it on without the adapter, HELP!!!.


Some Casio Keyboards use 9V DC (center negative) others 12V DC (center negative).
If check what voltage your Keyboard use. Generic AC adapters are usually center positive. So you have to invert the wire with a new DC plug to make it center negative,
Easiest is to buy a Casio ac adapter made for your keyboard from a Casio retailer.

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What kind of adapter do i use for my keyboard Casio ca-110


if you don't want to wait, you can go to radio shack and get a universal adapter for a bit more, but it should work no problem.
http://www.amazon.com/HQRP-Adapter-compatible-Keyboards-Replacement/dp/B004TXDL3C

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Do you mean,"The HOUSE power went out" or, "The keyboard power went out"?

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There probably is NOT a fuse and usual cause is problem with the adapter or the power connectors. Broken solder of the connector in the keyboard is common. Broken cords on the adapter is common as well.

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Google your model number like this...

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where your model say was CTK-610 or whatever it is...

You will have a bunch of sellers come up... MAKE SURE they list your model number for their device as often they have MANY different ones, each with the list of what they are compatible with.

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I would inspect the unit for corrosion on battery terminals AND the power connector. The connector has a switch when a cord is plugged in, and if this switch doesn't work (they get bent) the unit will not work on batteries.
Best source of power adapters is often your local thrift store.
MATCH the voltage and whether it is AC or DC required AND the polarity if the pin is + or -.
Get one with enough current.

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If you have a 12v power cord going to it i would try giving it a gentle wiggle. If you find a sweet spot and the keyboard stays on then you have a broken solder joint on the 12v input.

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