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Where can I buy a plug for a Casiotone, MT-540/CT-460?

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Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/MT-540-Keyboard-replacement-supply-adaptor/dp/B00GQVUMEG

NewEgg
https://www.newegg.com/p/14R-02A5-01UZ4

To verify, often the voltage is stamped on the back of the keyboard, near the power jack. Should say 9V

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SOURCE: Need casiotone mt 36 manual please.

I went there as well casio.com/usa I would try the MA 150 many times the instructions are very close to each model. If this still wont help, try Ebay and Yahoo there a lot of manual collectors there . You may even get lucky on YouTube good luck DFD please rate me

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: no instruction manual

Yes I have one which I can photocopy for you if you are still looking. I appear to have lost my Power Adaptor and would appreciate knowing any Name or reference on yours if you have one.

My e_mail address is duggie.dms@btopenworld.com if you care to contact me.

Thanks.
Duggie

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SOURCE: i need a spanish user manual of casiotone mt 70

http://www.manualsnguides.com/search.php?cmarque=CASIO&modele=CASIOTONE%20MT-70

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SOURCE: Casiotone MT-220 keyboard power cord

I would inspect the unit for corrosion on battery terminals AND the power connector. The connector has a switch when a cord is plugged in, and if this switch doesn't work (they get bent) the unit will not work on batteries.
Best source of power adapters is often your local thrift store.
MATCH the voltage and whether it is AC or DC required AND the polarity if the pin is + or -.
Get one with enough current.

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SOURCE: I need a casiotone ct-370 manual

Try this site. It has most of the old Casio manuals for download. http://generror.wordpress.com/2010/07/04/casio-keyboard-manuals/

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Yes I have one which I can photocopy for you if you are still looking. I appear to have lost my Power Adaptor and would appreciate knowing any Name or reference on yours if you have one.

My e_mail address is duggie.dms@btopenworld.com if you care to contact me.

Thanks.
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