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I accidentally ripped the headphone jack out of my 3560 (laptop). It really tweeked the front bottom edge where the actual phono jack module is. Now.. low and behold... no sound from phono jack. I figure I ripped the module right out of the board. not a big deal, I CAN solder it. here's the question... I need to get TO the module and board. do you have step by step tear down, an exploded view chart or just some schematics that could help me?

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    dragon_rag27 May 11, 2010

    what brand of laptop plz

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Take it to an authorised service centre to do that repair.

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