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RCA Pin Broken in jack

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I have a male RCA pin that is broken off inside my av reciever...

It's too deep to get out with needle nose plyers.

I was thinking of taking the case off to get it out that way but don't want to go to the trouble if there is an easier way.

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There is no easier way. Sorry! Good luck!

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