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ROLAND GR30 POWERS UP BUT DOES NOT MAKE A SOUND

My Roland gr30 guitar synth has quite producing any sound at all. The digital read out flashes between A11 & 8G8. When I press the 2nd footswitch, the system shuts down.

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