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The very first time I turned on my brand new PX-830 it was in some sort of catatonic-state: only the power light was on, all the rest of lights remains off and there were no sound or response touching any button or keyboard's key. I waited for about 1 minute, I turned off and on again and it was normal then, all worked perfectly. I thought it was a first-time-on thing. Later the same day the PX-830 was connected to my Mac thru usb cable doing some midi stuff and it worked fine but in a moment while I wasn't doing nothing: catatonic-state again, turning it off and on solved it. Next day I was playing some piano and: catatonic-state again! this time the last sound keep playing in an infinite note. I'm worried about this and I want to know if it is a known issue and if it has a solution or in any case what should I do since I don't like to have a brand new $900+ that goes to a catatonic-state whenever it wants.

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Make sure your MAC and the piano are plugged into the SAME receptacle to avoid ground bounce noise.

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