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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headphone socket
Are you able to get access to the rear of the socket and use a small screwdriver to push out the parts of the plug that have come adrift inside the socket? You may have to actually remove the socket from its PCB to get access. If you cannot remove the offending parts, then you may have to replace the socket. There is not alot more that you can do unfortunatly.
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Posted on May 29, 2008
Having removed the soft pad, there is a flat sheet of plastic attatched that goes round the speaker (sort of doughnut shaped, with a hole in the middle where the speaker sticks out). Carefully pull this perpendicular to the speaker, and it'll come off (the four rectangles you can see on the surface of the sheet are pegs that click into the main body to hold it in place). Under there will be one battery compartment. Repeat both sides, and you're done. This stumped me for ages!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
There is a contact inside the jack that is closed when the plug is inserted. Apparently this is no longer happening. This should be an easy repair for a qualified technician.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I decided to take a chance and charged them with earphones switched off. It worked fine. Thankyou for having a such a useful site. I'll certainly recommend you to my friends, even though I wasn't helped on this occasion! If I were to come up with a more difficult problem, then I'd willingly pay for assistance.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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