Faulty jack on digital piano

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DystantMind

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I have a digital piano which has two jack plug sockets for headphones. When I first bought it, both jack plugs worked fine. One day I went to use it and the sound only came through the left headphone. This is the case with both jacks. I've tried several pairs of headphones and it is the same.

Can anyone shed any light on this, and tell me if it would be easy to fix.

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cwwozniak

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Does the piano have any kind of stereo balance control? If so, make sure it is not set all the way to the left channel only.

You may have broken wire lead going to the jacks inside the piano or you may have a failed right channel amplifier. The first one might be easy to fix if you have the tools and skill to open the piano and resolder a connection. A failed amplifier might be a lot more difficult to repair.
 
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