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control board for fender guitar amp

I have a fender frontman 25R electric guitar amp and a plug broke off in the AUX input red and white jacks on the front. This part is not replacable without replacing the whole control board. So I can't seam to find one googling. The only number i can see is E190407 before the e there looks like a backwards R with a U. Any ideas?
 
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Old 04-14-13, 06:31 PM
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Not sure that is all correct. The screw right next to the white and red jacks should release a fiber board with the two (or each) jacks attached. They look replaceable. You'll have to gain access inside the amp. But I'm here and you're there with the amp.
 
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Are you saying the pin broke off and is stuck in the RCA jack? This person had a similar problem. Maybe some of the suggestions will work for you.
 
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If you can't get the pin out like toolmon has described then you should be able to replace the actual dual RCA jack plate. solders into the board with three connections.

Available from American DJ. Possibly Radio Shack.
 
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while it looks like the one that's broken It doesn't appear to have the pins in the right place. I need all 3 pins to be at the bottom of the unit. not 2 on bottom one on top.
 
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Ok.. I'm guessing you need the right angle one for perpendicular board mount.

2 x 1 PCB mount RCA sockets

The link below shows them at Ebay.
Audio Connector Dual RCA Jack Panel PCB mount
 
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Ok just now got around to repairing it. ordered the jacks via the 2nd link which came from china. I used the solder iron to first make a hole in the old solder so the prongs on the jack would fit. Then tried tinning and only managed to get to work for 1 prong so the others involved holding the tip at the prong and pressing the solder against the tip of the iron. put the amp back together and it works. My first solder job.
 
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