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My jack is bended... :( the 3.5 mm one. the one that already connected with the headphone. how do i fix it? do i need to go to a music shop? or i can fix it myself?

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If you cant bend it back to place with plyers it will definately bend with heat from a blowtorch


if you cant fix it yourself then your screwed there are no shops that do such a thing

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