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Casio - 120 Turns itself off randomly

When i am or am not playing it it randomly turns off not all the time but sometimes it turns back on fine but i was wondering what could be wrong with it

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Casio CDP has Auto Power Off: 30 minutes after last key operation, Auto Power Off can be disabled.
Please read the manual.

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