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Speaker not working ..1 with controls No sound

Yamaha YST-MS50 Computer... hello i really dont no how to explain this ,i got 1 speaker the one with the contrlos on it that isnt producing any sound .i tried testing the speaker and it seems fine i also checked the wire cord to it ,it also is fine .i was wanting to no if there was anything else i could test at home ?? and where to but replacment parts for this??.. thank you

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  • PraxisPrfkt Jan 03, 2009

    The speaker that controls the sound on mine isn't working either. It seems to be the heavy cord that connects to the sub has actually weighed down the connector on the small circuit-board inside of the speaker. On mine if I pull up on the connector it completes the circuit and I get sound again.

    I tried to solder the pins behind the connector, but now my cord trick doesn't even work anymore. I'm looking to replace it or find another speaker as we speak.


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This has continued to happen to me. Once I even gave up. But then I didn't want to be conquered. I actually took apart the entire assembly, took my time, and redid everything. Wonderful, all is working again. Now this may not be much help without detailed photos, but if you look at the whole shebang carefully and think about it all, you will see where everything is and what you will need to do. I disassembled the connected into tiny little pieces and rebuilt it all. I did this because I REALLY like the sound and the construction of these Yamaha products. I even went ahead and bought two moew new sets of the System 25's on e-bay for $31.31 each including shipping. You got me thinking some more, and I think that I will take the large cord that goes into the connector and either duct tape it to the body or make a connect/cord support to take of the stress on the pins. Good luck.

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I have had the same problem with mine. they are far too good a speakers to toss out. I found that dismantling the right speaher box and spraying crc switch cleaner lubricant into the opening in the volume control had a positive effect. It worked for ages, then stuffed up again. another spray and it worked a few months more, etc. Finally though it will not repair it. I guess I could replace the potentiometer if I could find a replacement. Otherwise it may become a mono monitor :-)

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