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Do you have any electronics experience and some tools and a meter for some testing?
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This Problem could be anything really in the control circuitry, even a just a bad headphone jack now that it fell.
Worse case Peter, you can look up locally online for a piano keyboard repair shop, even one to come to yound fix this one. Even Best Buy and Sears offer this service everywhere ;-)
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