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Headphone jack snapped off in ipod


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it snapped off about half way down and i cant seem to get it out.
ive tried everything i can think of to stick, tug, shimmy it out but its stubborn.
any suggestions?
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Jeez. How did you manage to do that? Those things take some doing to break. Maybe it's different for you. I have weak girly hands.
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I have heard of people putting super glue on the end of a toothpick. letting it dry on the stuck part and trying to remove. It may be worth a try.

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