Hoo boy. I messed up big time, and I'm about to go insane if I don't find a way to solve this.
So... My headphone jack has got **** in it that has hardened up and made its mute switch go off too, no sound out of the speakers, no hope putting in a headphone. I need a replacement headphone jack, and I don't know if there is any hope. Can somone out there give me a hand???
I may have one to sell you. I have two nonfunctioning DS lite motherboards that I can remove the headphone jack from. Cost would be $8 plus $7.99 for shipping/handling. I can cut it off the motherboard and send it. Do you have the tools to open the DS up and solder a replacement on? If not, I would do that for you at $40 plus $7.99 shipping handling. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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try using a different tv or different speakers. i use a audio converter that truns the two audio inputs from the xbox into a standard headphone jack that i hook up to a computers input or a speaker set with a headphone jack with two imputs for a headphone javks
go to radioshack or some other electronics repair shop, and get an 1/8 inch stereo headphone jack. now you have to open the case of the PSP, an look at the main circuit board. undo the 4 or 5 solder joints in the main vicinity of the Old Jack. once the jack is loose, take it out and replace it with the new one in the exact same place. Now carefully re solder all of the joints being careful not to get any solder on the board, as this will ruin the entire system. Now close everything back up, and you should be good to go.
We got our daughter a Leapster2 for Chrstmas 08. One day the sound just stopped working. Called Leapfrog. They said to insert a cartridge, and turn the unit on. Plug headphones into the headphone jack. Then rotate the headphone plug-in 360 degrees,( It is easier to hold the heaphone plug-in and rotate the leapster2). Unplug the headphones and check to see if the sound works. Leapfrog said try it more than once, and if it does not work contact them,1-800-701-5327. We tried it and Hallelujah it worked!
If yours is the NDS Lite, just find this video in youtube:
"Disassembling Nintendo DS Lite"
And after opening it you may need to replace or try to repair the audio plug. In case you cant, then you must take it out (desoldering it with the stuck stylus tip and the mute switch, which is embeded in the headphone jack) and you can have your audio back. As the audio switch and the jack only work to mute the speakers audio usually when you plug a headphone then you can lack of it almost all times.