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If it is part of the plug side that goes into the wall then it is not worth fixing. You can replace this pretty easy. On the front or back it will tell you what the input and output voltage are as well as the amperage. It will be 120v input and most likely a 12v output. Could be less like a 9 or 6 but that is the number you need to match. You will also need to match the amperage as well. It will most likely be in the milliamps. There are many universal adaptors that would work for you available at Walmart, Target, Best Buy etc....
some rhythms have only accompaniment in it. This is not a malfunction I think. And What about this ? This is my problem with casio ctk 7000.. Can you try on the keyboard ? : Hello. I bought a Casio keyboard CTK 7000 two months ago. Firstly I did not notice the problem. But a few days ago I perceived this malfunction; Sometimes when I hit the "INTRO" button during any default (Not user) rhyhms and accompaniment plays, the playing chord is jumping to C chord. For example; When the accompanimet is playing Am chord and I push the "INTRO" button, the keyboard changes the "Am" chord to "C" chord automatically. It always happens when I hit the INTRO button at the just beginning of the measure but not at the middle of the measure. Its troublesome for me, specially during live performance. Can you help and give information about this problem? Thank you very much already now.
Not sure that this is the right answer.
But it works very well with other electrinic devices.
When you turn off the unit it resets itself.
ie: the parser code program on the IC (Integreated Chip) defaults to the base program
upon power up.
This problem commonly occurs from a voltage drop at a standard household outlet.
It can occur from other high draw electrical items that are on the same circuit being turned
on while your playing your keyboard.
So stay away from extension cords as these increase electrical resistance.
ie: you dont get enough power for the device.
Another thing that can cause this is power strips.
I know we all use these for certain items but they can wreak havok on electronic
components by not being able to supply enough power.
Best that if something like this happens to plug the item directly into an outlet.
And make sure that Momma's microwave isn't gonna kick in anytime soon.