Parallels Panel update failed, third party repository

I have a virtual private server from GoDaddy running CentOS6 with Parallels Plesk Panel. I had to install p7zip in order to decompress some zip files I am receiving from a third party service provider. In order to install p7zip, I loaded a third party repository. Now I'm getting emails from the server daily reporting that Parallels Panel has failed to update and the error log on the server is complaining about third party repositories. GoDaddy support has suggested that I disable the offending repository.

I'm not proficient with linux -- not by a long shot -- so this is probably a dumb question. But my philosophy has been that the only dumb question is the unasked one.

If I disable my third party repository -- I believe it was a Source Forge repository -- will that disable p7zip? Considering the grief I experienced getting p7zip installed, I'm reluctant to do anything that might jeopardize it.

If I understand repositories correctly, I think the answer is no in which case, what is the best way to disable the repository?
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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianAsked:
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MazdajaiCommented:
If you disable the third party repository (Source Forge in this case), it will have no affect on existing packages. It will 1) prevent packages from being updated and 2) new packages that need to be install in Source Forge.

To disable a repo, change the repo option from enable=1 to enable=0, under /etc/yum.repos.d/xxx.repo.
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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianAuthor Commented:
I have to assume that p7zip is considered a "package" although I can't imagine why. So I must assume you are in essence saying that disabling the repo will have no affect on p7zip? I hate assuming.

Sorry for taking so long to get back to this. I've been overwhelmed with other things. I have edited the repo file using SSH (a real treat -- DOS on steroids) and successfully updated Plesk Panel.
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