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I have a rhodes 660, and it doesnt trun on. all u hear is a buzzing sound. does anyone know whats wrong.

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This is LIKELY a power supply problem. The unit should have a label telling the power requirements. Match the polarity on DC units as well as the type AC od DC and voltage and current.

I suspect the input voltage from the supply is way lower than the required.

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