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Keyboard wires have been reaped off

The wires of my keyboard have been reaped off... I'm trying to fix it... but i don't know where to connect the wires to... i need directions... instructions..

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If you just like to tinker and thats why you are trying to fix it, good luck, there probably isnt anywhere to find that information. The only reason I say that is the cost of wired keyboards have come down so much in price that they are almost not worth trying to repair. When something like this happens to one that is under warranty the companys just replace them and the old one goes in the trash. Its usually not worth the time or money to try to repair them.Sorry I cant help with where the wires need to be connected, but just thought I would offer my 2cents worth.

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