Question about Yamaha Music
I have a cheap synthesizer (Kwai MS710) whose AC connector has come a bit loose. When I jiggle the adapter plug up and down I can often get power to the device (but that's obviously not a long term solution). When I opened up the box I can't see any obvious broken connection under the connector's plastic housing but, again, jiggling it does get results. Any ideas how to go about repairing it? I've never soldered anything before, but I'm certainly game to give it a try.
Your problem is most likely a broken cable in your ac cable. Try to replace the cord first (a place like Radio Shack will have replacements). If it's not the cable, then you might have a broken soldering point inside your keyboard. It might be too small of a crack to see, but redoing the soldering points should work.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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