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Your are likely talking about the input power connector. They are usually a three blade connector in a well.
If the connection is soldered to a circuit board, it has likely gotten bashed in. The circuit board MAY be cracked, but is likely repairable.
Take it to a local electronics repair shop or find one through a music equipment store that deals with pro audio gear.
USUALLY these connectors have "ears" that attach to the case for strength and if the connector has been pushed in the ears likely have broken off. The parts are USUALLY readily available from several sources including Digikey and Mouser.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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