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Removing a broken headphone plug

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Published on Jul 30, 2010

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This is a video on how to get a broken-off piece of a headphone plug out of an audio jack. It's annoying when it happens and it usually happens when you've got something important to do.

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Going to need: a couple toothpicks
scissors
loctite super glue
A bic pen or similar

What to do: Take inside tube out of pen cut it where there is no ink so you have a straight piece of tubing. Put glue on the tip of the toothpick put it into the tube and spread the glue around (don't go too far up). Take tube and put into the jack and press it down over the stem wait 15-20 mins. Take tube and yank it out and it should work.

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