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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are several options.
Take the jack out of the board, disassemble it and remove the tip of the plug.
If the tip of the plug is in the top slot, pull the sleeve off of the jack and remove the tip of the plug. When you press the sleeve back into the jack, bend the tab inside the jack up so it will remain firmly in place.
Use the output jacks as the inputs. It's very likely that they're in parallel. The only difference being a low value resistor (will have no effect on the signal) in series with the output jack.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
under the resistor ,there should be a value ,it may be silkscreened on the board . neighboring ones if the same size or opposite the burned one may have the value in stripes u can see , try ohm meter and check the burned one , it may not be "open" u can read it that way
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Do you know where the fuse is?
If you do you just take the old fuse out and put the new one in.
If you do not know where the fuse is, just look for it, thereare not so many place to look.
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
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