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Loose head phone plug in

Audio cuts in and out. I can play with the cord to get the audio but the slightest touch throws it off. I've replaced my cords so it must be the internal connection.

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You need to open the set up and inspect the connector.
The connector may need to be resoldered back to the board or replaced.

Posted on Apr 19, 2014

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