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Try contacting Roland or your official Roland Service Center first. Korg and Yamaha both have reputations for helping out with their products even when they are long out of warranty. Roland doesn't have that reputation as much, but you should still start by asking them. If you can't get Roland to supply you with a chip, then look for forums where people who ...


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Most pro video editors will let you strip the audio track off once you put the entire movie in the timeline. Once you have removed the original audio track you can add your French version. The first issue will be, how do you know where your new track and movie line up? Do both have sync marks? Are you absolutely certain that both the video and new audio ...


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Disassemble the device until you can see the broken part. Look for identifying codes on the part. (If it's like the picture you linked to, you might have to desolder it to look at the underside.) Web search for all combinations of such codes, and try including the keyword "datasheet". (You may have to add or remove hyphens/spaces, or use a prefix of the code;...


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You should start by contacting Korg. I've heard some interesting stories about Korg supplying parts for synths that are long out of production.


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If you're handy with electrical repairs, you should be able to get to the PC board. Now the tricky part is to remove the old part, the headphone jack (you can call the company and they will give you a replacement jack). There are 6 soldering points. To remove the old one, you have to use a wick or vacuum to remove the solder from the 6 contact points. Once ...


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