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Have broken headphone plug left in headphone jack. Need to remove but can access the plug. Faceplate won't come off and disc drive screws have been removed but won't come out. Something holding it. What to do?

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I usually use a dental poking type tool and go in from behind in a gap in the middle and push it straight out--the tool must be thin yet strong

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OFTEN the broken part CAN BE RETREIVED without removing the faceplate. There are MANY knobs and screws to remove to get at the jack AND then, the jack is mostly sealed and one cannot get into the innards of the jack.

I want you to try a few things before tearing into the unit. Here are ideas to try, not necessarily in prefered order as I can't see your unit and the broken part.

1. Take a very thin sheet metal screw and try to drive it GENTLY into the broken adapter. OFTEN you can snag the thing and drag it out.

2. Take a sewing machine needle and STAB the plastic insulator of the broken part and attempt to drag it out.

3. Attempt to epoxy glue a small dowel to the broken part. Use minimual glue so it doesn't squish out to the sides of the jack.

4. If the broken part is iron, try using a small rare earth magnet to **** the thing out.

5. If enough of the broken part is near the surface, attempt to solder a wire to it to use to extract the broken part.

6. Using a sewing machine needle and a soldering iron, melt the needle into the plastic insulator of the broken part.

I am sure one of these suggestions will work. The jacks themselves are sealed all the way around and you would have to unsolder the jack from the board. You would either replace the jack, or drill a hole in the bottom of some of them to be able to push out the broken part. All of this internal type work has risk to the unit if you are not equiped to do the work. If you can snag the thing with the above suggestions it will be quicker and safer.

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Sounds like your headphone jack is messed up you can get replacement parts and a repair guide for this at ifixit.com. the website is www.ifixit.com ... they do show you step by step the process of removing the faceplate and where all the screws are at on the ipod. I took mine apart to replace the hard drive ... It was very helpful. the replacement parts are more reasonable than you would think ... hope this helps

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Buy a $4.00 1/8" jack replacement from Radio Shack - part # 274-0869, which has small screw connectors that don't need soldering.
Strip about 1" of the braided insulation at the old jack end, which will expose 4 very small wires: Blue, Green, Red, Copper.

Attach the Green & Copper wires to the tallest pin on the replacement jack.

Attach the Red to the shortest pin, and the Blue to the medium pin.

Remember to slide the jack cover onto the headphone cord before attaching any wires!

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WOW!!! I am so sorry that this happened. Nintendo products are really hard to open. If you cant wedge the game out with a small screwdriver, dont worry about the game, here are the directions on opening it. Just copy and paste to word so you can see the whole thing easily.

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To disassemble:
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  2. Next remove the rubber foot directly above this battery tray. Also remove the three square white stickers from the bottom of the Wii. The rubber foot and the sticker are covering hidden screws. Figure 3 provides a shot of where these screws are located. NOTE
    Hiding screws under stickers and rubber pads is a common method used by electronics manufactures to help increase the aesthetics of their devices, as well as prevent people from easily locating screws and taking apart their products.
  3. Unscrew the two Triwing screws and three Phillips screws from the bottom of the Wii.
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Figure 3 - Bottom Screws


  1. Flip the Wii over onto its right side. Locate and remove the two rear rubber feet and the two rectangle stickers near the faceplate.
  2. Remove the two silver Triwing screws in the holes and remove the two black Triwing screws on the faceplate (Figure 4).
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Figure 4 - Left side screw locations


  1. Flip the Wii upright and carefully remove the two socket covers. They come right out with a little wiggling.
  2. Remove the three black Phillips screws from the black plate (Figure 5). Note the one closest to the faceplate is the longest and will need to go back into that hole when putting the Wii back together.


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Figure 5 - Top black plate screw locations


  1. With the screws removed, carefully pull off the faceplate of the front of the Wii. You will need to disconnect the red/black wire plug from the Wii to remove the faceplate completely. Figure 6 shows what is hiding under the faceplate.

wiifig06.jpg Figure 6 - Under the Wii faceplate
  1. Remove black plate from memory/controller socket area.
Remove two silver Phillips and two silver Triwing screws from memory/controller socket area (Figure 7). wiifig07.jpg Figure 7 - Topside screw locations
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