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Headphone jack The headphone jack will not completely receive the plug from the headphones and will not stay plugged in...it pops out. Can this be repaired?

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It can be repaired, or replaced. Visit http://www.apple.com/retail/geniusbar/ and make an appointment with your local apple store, or send it in to apple. If it's within warranty, it'll be a simple swap. Good luck making it through the mean time! iTunes has a great listing of internet radio stations... check 'em out. :)

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