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Ok, this is pretty much my first time, and im reparing this as i go along, so prepare for the worst. ok, what we are first going to beed to do is take out the back. stick your fingernail between the notches on the side. slide your thumb through and around it. it should pop off. next, you should see very VERY small sqrews. 4 of them. take them off and CAREFULLY pull the front apart. nect, with your index finger and thumb push the metals togeather that connect the jack. use your headphones so you can get a good fit. you might need to turn it on for good quality. when you think you got it, put everything back togeather carefully. it worked for me and you should got it now.

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