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Toshiba pda e310

Hi there, I have a pocket pc toshiba e310 and i connected my speakers to it but it dropped off my shelf and the top has cracked off and i tryed fixing it by opening so i fiddled around with the head phone jack and made things worse and this little tiny metal peice broke :s ummm i really need help in repairing my pda. sound does not work full stop. please some one help.

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