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NO power to my Casio CTK 671

I have a ctk 671 and the correct power adapter but I can not get the power to turn on?? It does nothing at all when the power button is pushed...yes the outlet works.

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First verify with a voltmeter that the adapter IS producing the voltage it is supposed to.

The cords and internals of these often fail.

Anything beyond that will require servicing. One could oppen the unit and look for bad solder or cracked board NEAR the power input jack.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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