Recently I pulled my old Yamaha PF-15 Electronic keyboard out of storage. I opened it up to see what was actually inside and I saw that a little rectangular component on the power supply board was bulging and had cracked, I powered up the keyboard and it worked! Apart from a few keys on the lower end. After about two weeks of use the keyboard started to make some really odd sounds when I press a key, occasionally the note being played sounds really warped like a cassette tape left in the sun too long.
I think the broken rectangle on the power supply is a capacitor because it says 0.022uF on it. All the other capacitors are fine.
And since it was made in 1981, I think finding replacement components might be quite hard.
How would I go about fixing this? I can solder but not very well. And I don't have much money.
Sorry if this post is in the wrong place. I don't really know where to put it. Also it's my first time posting on a forum.
Okay, good to know that I don't have to scrap the keyboard. (And I got the right place to post this)
I think the capacitor might be what looks like a MKT capacitor. I don't know how to upload pictures.
On the side of the capacitor it says 250V~MP 125VAC IEC 65 GP5 and I think the brand is RIFA.
Also, the capacitor on the Jaycar website is rated for 100V, would it still work?