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If the channel is dead on headphones suspect a fault in that channel. The good news is that you have the good channel to compare it with. Since the channel parts are identical. You can start with a visual check. Looking at the good and compare with the bad. Any bad looking parts should be replaced. If you are experienced with electronics you can do tests on the channel. Otherwise it is off to a repair shop with it.
Yamaha don't make hard drives. But, I also fix motorbikes- the adjuster you are looking for is in the center of the carbs and has a knurled knob on it. (It looks like a wobbly mushroom and points towards the rear wheel and a little downwards.)
take the cable off the mower and clean it in a pan with solvent or brake cleaner spray. you can coil it up to fit the pan while soaking. afterwards, let dry --- if you have an air compressor blow it dry to help clean and dry it --- then oil it up with a light oil or wd-40, wipe it off, stretch it out, and work the cable again before you remont it. the cable will stick if it gets too dirty and has no lubrication. may want to buy a new cable but they usually can be cleaned and lubricated.