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Headphone jack whatever headphones or speakers I attach to it I have to play with it and turn it, or hold it in for it to work. is there a way to clean out the jack?

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No but if your very carefull and look you should see a little peace of flat meatal using somthing very small and pointed carefully force the metal out or if under waranty take it back

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