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We repair these A LOT! The jack is unbalanced on the Main Board and is easily detached by normal wear and tear. Soldering the jack back on to the board is a little tricky but the real repair is getting the port sturdy to prevent the issue from re-occurring.
We do a full repair by removing the old solder on the board and the jack then reattach using flux and fresh solder. We also stabilize the port so it doesn't happen again.
You can send it from anywhere in the US and we'll repair it for $39.95 which includes return shipping. I strongly recommend replacing the micro usb / charging port for an additional 9.95
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Yes, you blew out components associated with the monitor sends. There are several components including an RF bypass to ground and the driver IC, IC8 and a decoupling electrolytic cap. The repair is going to be extensive as it is likely you will have to remove ALL the panel knobs and screws to free up the circuit board for repair. I have worked on several mixers and have three of the PMP5000's myself and dread removing the main board. I am going to suggest something you might consider: Many of the PMP's fail either in their power supply or one of the amps. Due to the repair cost I would consider getting a scrap PMP with this problem and swapping out the panelboard for yours. Often you can get one with blown supply or power amp for around $200 and I suspect a repair shop is going to charge at least that to repair your unit... Then you will have a spare parts bucket as well.
You can't buy the RF connector parts from a TV component supplier as they are already soldered to the main board. A friend who can solder PCBs or a TV repair shop should be able to re-solder the original for you. If it's damaged, a TV repair shop might also be able to find another that will fit as they are fairly standard components. This will be far cheaper than buying a new main board and it's probably going to be difficult to get one.
I had a look for a new main board, but the TV is fairly old and I couldn't find one or a part number. It's easier to find components by part number rather than by TV model, so your best bet is to find the part number on the main board and try searching for that on Google or similar.
If you want to post back with the model number, I don't mind having a search for a replacement main board, but my advice would be to get the existing repaired, if possible.
This scanner uses SMT parts and a multi-level board. If RF from your Yeasu cooked it, you have no choice other than to send it in for repair. Unless you have access to SMT equipment and understand you can't repair traces on a circuit board with multiple levels, you are sunk. Send it in for repair. They will shotgun the board and get it back to you.
Careful when opening the case because you'll have to unplug the cable from the main board prior to opening the case completely.
The RF cable could be loose inside. Carefully open the unit as to not potentially cause any further damage. The RF cable will be gray or black, it will be the only cable connected from the main (big) board to the RF (attached to the rear housing.. I believe) board. The connectors on either side of the cable have came loose. A "pad" being lifted results in a repair process that's beyond me, this meaning you can see white as opposed to silver. It may help continuity to re-flow the solder, if everything looks fine (heating up the existing solder and adding fresh solder).
Unplug the cable on both ends and plug back in to make sure the connectors on the circuit board aren't coming loose. If soldering is out of your league then I suggest finding someone that can. Let me know what happens, and careful when opening the case because you'll have to unplug the cable from the main board prior to opening the case completely.
send your radio for repair. till the guys at the service for grc repair cost. very economical rather than you do it your self if you are not sure of the problem. radio need 3 circuit borad or also a charger