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Headphone socket broken on archos 704

External speakers pluged in to archos704,speakers fell pulling 704 n snappin jack

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Depends if the circuit board is damaged. If not and competent technicial should be able to repace the socket. If the board is damaged it will need replacing, unfortunatley this is coded to the hard drive so it is only possible if it is performed by Archos

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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