Amilo Pro V2035 - Broken Headphone Jack Stuck inside Headphone socket
Hi. I am trying to help a friend with this problem. The tip of a headphone jack is broken off, and lodged securely inside the headphone jack. Furthermore in fiddling I managed to unplug the internal headphone lead. I need to get inside the note book to plug this back in. I have had all the screws out, but the note book still dose not come apart. Is there any logical steps for disassembly.
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Also remove the battery and any other removeable plates below the notebook to check for additional screws. Check if there are any rubberized "feet" or plugs covering access to still more screws. Keep screws and their locations organized in case they are different length.
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If you're really brave, get some superglue and put it on the end of a toothpick or something stronger and attach it to the broken bit. wait a few minutes then pull it out. However, I recommend you to bring it to a service center instead, as manually doing it may result in damage.
you need do check:
1) no charging means adapter input problem, first check your adapter DC output voltage is ok
2) check DC jack socket on the motherboard:
--- DC socket any pin disconnected, you need use iron and flux to fix it
--- DC socket damage(broken),you have to change it
3) if DC socket connection normall, the DC/DC circiute near around DC socket some component damage, you need find a technacian to repair.
hope help you to deal it well
The easiest way to get it out would be to use a couple of long sewing needles and put them in the jack on either side applying a little pressure (Not to much or you'll have broken needles in there too1) like chopsticks try and pull it out. Make sure you do this with the power off. If you want to salvage the headphones the connector will need replacing, they can be bought at most electronic stores. It's a 3.5mm headphone jack that your after. They can give you instructions for fitting at the shop, it varies depending on the connector.
If the sound is coming you have installed the driver properly
try to change the head phone jack , if doesnt help it could be the problem of your head phone socket. because when you insert the jack , circuit inside the headphone socket closes and your outside speakers will be off