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Rest of plug stuck in receiver

I had a freak accident happen where an object fell near the back of my stereo receiver hitting the male adapter that connects the sub-woofer to the receiver. There is a good piece of the adapter still inside the connection. Is there anyway I can get it out or should I just take it to a electronics shop? LH

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  • LizH Jan 25, 2008

    Thanks for the soution, but I had previously tried that. The adapter was snapped and embedded deep into the receiver ...not close enough to the outside of the receiver to grasp it.  To think of all the troubleshooting I do at work with microbiology instrumentation...and I can't get a dumb adapter plug out is rather annoying to say the least. LH

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Ya take needle nose see if u can pry it out get new cable ok

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    nick helpap Jan 24, 2008

    or pin

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    nick helpap Jan 25, 2008

    magnet or sumthing drill micro hole in it hook it out lol

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    use like dentist tools set

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    poke hole in broke one in ther and drag it out u know u can buy that set anyware

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