Question about Music
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I were to venture an educated guess I would vote for failing filter caps in the power supply.
The power is likely collapsing under load of the speakers but headphones take much less drive.
If this has an external wall-wart power supply, you might try a new one IF the output is found to be under the rated voltage.
Internal power supply components are beyond those individuals that are not adept at electronics.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
SOURCE: I've got a Casio Privia
If you noticed that the pedal works on and off depending on the jack plug positioning, it is because the jack is already broken loose from the solder on the board. If the pedal that you are using can normally open as most or normally closed like Roland types, you can still replace the loosed jack. Unit has to be opened and correct jack replaced.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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