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Need new headphone jack

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???

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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 etinda@gmail.com.

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