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Right channel now working.

One of the connectors from the phone jack has pulled away from the mothboard. Anyway to fix this? Can I just get another main board?

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Solder the Left channel's wire to the inner point.
Solder the Right channel to the middle point .
If you have two independent ground just spin together and solder them to the end point of the jack.
With plier press together the jack end, thi swill hold the wire
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