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Anyone know of a supplier for a Roland HPD-15 motherboard? Thank You in advance.

Three quarter inch jack inputs have 'burned marks' on the mother board, negating replacing just these input jacks.

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If you can unsolder the jack, take it to any good electronics supplier and they should be able to sell you a replacement. The manufacturer is not as important as the pin configuration and the height it stands from the surface of the circuit board.

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