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Take the jack to Maplins, ask them to sell you a spare, then if you have access to a soldering iron cut the old one of and solder the cable onto the new jack plug by coping like for like wires ,making sure no wires are touching opposite wires, then tape up the joint with insulation tape , IF you don't have access to soldering iron , ask family or friend

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