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My headset is grounded

I think i pushed too much my headset to my cellphone jack. when i removed the headset the speaker is not working anymore. when i play music i can't hear anything but everytime i put back the headset, the headset work well. whenever someone calls me, i can hear the ringtones ringing but when i pick up the phone, i can't hear anything unless i put back the headset.. what should i do?

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Pushing the jack hard may result in some connections pushed way off, and there is no contact to the speaker. Please see the nearest technician.

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