Question about Yamaha Music
Yamaha PSR-2100 The keyboard was dropped by cargo while in a flight. The corner where the modulation and pitch and the headphone socket is was broken. I opened it and saw the circuit card broken in half. There is no sound but all other function are working.
Yes if u can't find the board u r looking for ,u can jump the cable if u have the diagram for the cable alignment
Posted on Jul 18, 2013
I don't have a parts source for these other than Yamaha. Call them up to get the part number for the board. The sound is usually sent through the headphone jack which acts as a switch when you use headphones. Replacing that board should resolve your problem. If the board is no longer available, it is possible to repair the existing one, but this is a specialty task and not one I would recommend a novice attempt.
Please keep us posted on your progress,
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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