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When I turn the piano on, nothing happens I checked the plug-in but still nothing happened. I just played the piano a couple of days ago and it was fine. Do they have fuses which need to be replaced?>

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I woulld not even venture a guess as to what brand/model/ etc you have. How do you expect us to have any idea to help you?

I will say that a very common problem is if the unit, whatever type it is, has a power adapter, it is COMMON for the plug to work loose... If your unit has a regular cord, then there are likely fuse(s) inside, but if they blow, there is another problem that must be repaired before fuses are replaced.

Does the unit have any lights or displays that show power is on? If nothing is lit, then VERIFY that the cord is plugged in at both ends... ANOTHER problem is that SOME wall receptacles are switched... intended for floor lamps and if one has the switch off the receptacles is dead...

Again, you haven't given us enough info to really help you...

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