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Loose 1/4" input jack on a zoom super player 8080

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You will have to open it. Then you will find that either the jack has come unsoldered from the board (solder it back) or you will have to replace it. If you are handy you can also get inside and bend the little metal spring that catches the tip back up so it gets pressure. Good Luck !

Posted on Apr 15, 2014

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