Casio won't switch on.


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Welcome.

Sorry to read about your woes!

Have you checked the adapter to keyboard plug for voltage? The unit may be illuminated but the lead to the keyboard may not have a supply.

If the 6200 has a button cell then this may need replacing.

Finally try a hard reset, which on many keyboards will be a case of pressing and holding a specific key then turning on the keyboard. The manual should explain what to do.
 
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How have you determined that the adapter is working? Did you plug the adapter into another device to see it actually powers that unit up? Does the casio have a fuse? It might be blown.
 
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The "hold down the right-most white key while powering on to reset" is a Yamaha reset scheme. Casio factory resets are menu driven, so if you can not power up the CTK-6200, you can not perform a factory reset ("Initialize") on it. At any rate, the instructions for this are on Page E-100 of the manual. For the most part, Casio keyboards pretty much reset everything, except user data, every time they are powered off and back on.

To be absolutely certain about the AC adaptor, I recommend installing a fresh set of six D cells (Page-E10) and trying to power up with that. If it does, that would indicate a problem with the adaptor, its cord, or the power input jack on the back of the keyboard. If it does not, this would indicate an internal problem that would require opening the case to perform diagnostic tests.
 
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It could also be that your power on button is broken, if this is the case then whether or not you are using batteries or an AC adapter the unit wont turn on.
 

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