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MacBook - Headphone Jack Sensory: broken?

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Hey everyone!

I have an issue with my Macbook's headphone jack. The sensory believes that there is something in there when there isn't. I've tried to stick the headphones back in and no avail...

Does anyone know how to fix this problem myself? Cause I just had to replace my harddrive recently and I'm not impressed there is another issue within a month... I've never had problems before.

If anyone has advice or similar stories please share! Thanks!

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