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DC connector plug wont come out of jack

A properly installed, (nintendo logo on cord facing top of console), used for the first time, DCconnector plug cannot be removed from it's jack in the back of the console by a 250 lb. man. using substantial pressure. Any ideas?

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To fix this you might have to open the shell to get to the two pines that hold it, but try this slightly twist the plug and down and out at the same time

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