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My headphone plug has broke of in my laptop so i have no sound output what do i do ??

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Hi,
It seems that you are in trouble.
If you can see the end of plug in the headphone socket then i suggest you put a pinhead size blob of superglue on the broken end attached to the wire and see if you can pull it out when it's dried. Be careful not superglue the adapter to the socket.
Your only other option is to dismantle the laptop.



Regards.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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Hmmm..
1. You have to use a small pair of "needle nose" pliers to get that out of the jack.

2. Invest in a set of USB headphones or Bluetooth headphones while you try to get the plug out of the jack.

USB headphones ($20 ~ $50)

Hope this helps...

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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