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repairing an RCA jack on the back of an integrated amplifier
macdaddy
post May 20 2002, 01:02
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When pulling out a patch cable, I somehow pulled the jack out of the amplifier. Now there is a stub, where the post can fit, but it fits loosely, and the only output I get out of that channel is a hum. I have also seemed to have lost the piece (ouch!), but radio shack seems to have a replacement part (with the soldering points)...

Has anybody else ever done this? Does anybody know how to fix this? The machine is the Denon PMA 920. The damage is to the right channel phono-in jack...

The way I see it, I have several options:

1-use a phono preamp, which might improve the quality anyway.

2-fix the thing with a replacement part, and continue using the unit's phono stage.

3-have the unit professionally fixed, but I have no idea where to go-I bought the unit on the other side of the country, and have none of the packing materials.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions or assistance.
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