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Myfi headphone problem

The solution you provided is for the headphone wire. The problem is in the female receptacle in the Myfi unit. I cannot figure out how to get to it since the four screws visible in the battery compartment still leave some kind of attachment at the top of the unit where the headphone receptacle is. I can only partially pull the unit apart and cannot get to the jack receptacle (sp?).

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  • PLUChris Jan 21, 2009

    Unit works fine in a cradle, either at home or in the car, but I am getting nothing through the headphone socket. I'm guessing it's a loose wire somewhere as, initially, the problem was intermittent and I could get sound if I wiggled the wire a little, but now it is completely silent! Would love to get it fixed before the baseball season starts!

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HI,

Ok.I'll let you know if there are nay schematics available for your model.

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