Question about LG Cell Phones
On most phones, the copper contacts down inside the jack work kind of like switches to detect if you have anything plugged in. Other stuff getting in there can depress the contacts, making the phone think something is plugged in.
Get a bright light (flashlight or the like) and shine it down in there. Check for anything unexpected in there, like pocket lint. If there's anything in there, fish it out with some small piece of wire (a paperclip, needle, or the like).
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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