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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @nikolajskov ,
 
Can’t you unscrew the circuit board and move the board far enough so that you can access the underside of the headphone jack and then unsolder it from the board? There appears to be only 7 screws holding the board down.
Can’t you unscrew the circuit board and move the board far enough so that you can access the underside of the headphone jack and then unsolder it from the board? There appears to be only 7 screws holding the board down.
 
Getting a replacement headphone socket may be the problem, although with it removed you may have better access to it and perhaps you can free the piece lodged inside..
 
Just a thought.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @nikolajskov ,
 
Can’yCan’t you unscrew the circuit board so that you can access the underside of the headphone jack and then unsolder it from the board? There appears to be only 7 screws holding the board down.
Can’yCan’t you unscrew the circuit board so that you can access the underside of the headphone jack and then unsolder it from the board? There appears to be only 7 screws holding the board down.
 
Getting a replacement headphone socket may be the problem, although with it removed you may have better access to it and perhaps you can free the piece lodged inside..
 
Just a thought.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @nikolajskov ,

Can’y you unscrew the circuit board so that you can access the underside of the headphone jack and then unsolder it from the board? There appears to be only 7 screws holding the board down.

Getting a replacement headphone socket may  be the problem, although with it removed you may have better access to it and perhaps you can free the piece lodged inside..

Just a thought.

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open