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My Roland TD6 drum module output jacks have a bad hum and cut out

The 60hz? hum happens and it will hum loud and cut out. Wiggling the cables at the back of the module helps, but it keeps happening. The cables are good and I've tried others. I sprayed contact cleaner, but still have the problem. What is needed to repair these jacks?
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Sounds like the solder on the connections has either dried and cracked or come loosse if the wrigling of cables works its the connections if you unpluig and remove the back panel look where the cable connect check the condition of the wiring at source point of contact you may need to resolder or reconnect..

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