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Need to replace the amp jack nut, Epiphone Dot

Nut has stripped, internal part where the amp cable "jacks" into has fallen into bidy. I can retrieve but need thread size to retighten. Can you help.

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Just take the guitar with you to a local guitar music store, where you'll have to go anyhow to get the part, and the store will be happy to repair it for
the price of the part.
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