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Date Posted: 07:52:07 03/16/06 Thu
In reply to: Jack McEnterfer 's message, "Re: repair" on 18:38:11 03/15/06 Wed
Interesting solution to the problem. :)
Do you need such a long cable? There is probably a point in the middle where the cable from the cassette deck joins to the extension with a 12-pin connector. There should be color coding on the plug side of that join. You should be able to unplug that 12-pin connector from the extension and plug the cassette deck directly into the board on the piano. That will be the easiest solution.
If you DO need the extended cable length, then you will have to use a multimeter (or other way of checking continuity), start at the color coded end (the join I described), and figure out which wires are which. Triple check your repairs, since there is a strong possibility of damaging the Pianocorder if you mess this up.
This sounds like a cable extension that may have been made by Randy Cox. He is still in business in Anaheim, so you could always call him if you can't figure this out yourself. His contact info is on <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://dp70.dyndns.org/pianocorder/technicians.html">this page</a>.
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