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Ipod Jack stuck

My earphone jack broke off and got stuck in my ipod and i cant get it out.

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  • Anonymous Jul 03, 2008

    my earphone got stuck in the headphone jack of my ipod touch.

  • ADRiiBaBy Apr 09, 2009

    i pluged my headphones in one day, then when i pulled it out the tip end of it got stuck in the jack, any advise/help.?

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Take a needle and pry it up and out.

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