Question about Korg Pa800 Synthesizer
If this is not a low power supply problem, you might try circuit cooler to isolate the bad part.
Beyond the power supply I would recommend taking this to a shop for repair ONCE you have tried a factory reset.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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