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" I took it in to a local authorized repair shop, and the diagnose was that the main broad needed to be replaced and of course, Yamaha is out of parts "
So, if you cant get parts, doesnt that pretty much answer your question as what to do with it ?
Lets just say you could get it fixed for $250-350+, wouldnt it be worth it to buy something newer than this one ?
Throw it out on garbage day and someone will take it , and let it be there problem.
Not that I'm trying to fix it. But more of thinking whether places would take it to salvage parts or use it to train technician students on how to fix things, or for people who might like to experiment, rather than creating landfill.
"But more of thinking whether places would take it to salvage parts or use it to train technician students on how to fix things, or for people who might like to experiment, rather than creating landfill."
That might be the answer. If a local college offers a program in electronics repair, you could give it to them.
Many municipal waste disposal companies now recycle electronic components, rather than dump them in the landfill. If yours does, you could give it to them.
just put it out the night of garbage night and I am sure someone will take it.
Or list it on ebay for cheap and maybe someone will buy it.
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