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Headphone audio jack

The audio jack is loose or can this be replaced

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Hi, May I know if have tried alternate headphones and if they are the same?Does the headphone work when wiggled within the port if yes then the issue is with the headphone jack being loose and you would need to send the computer for a repair if covered by the manufacturers warranty as the headphone jack needs to be replaced. Thank you for your time.

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http://www.sharc.net/gps_audio_repair.htm

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