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Sony xperia Z1 left earplug dead

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19th April 2014, 02:08 PM   |  #11  
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@gregbradley: lol

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Watch out with sticking a needle in the headphone jack! There's some special coating in it to make it waterproof! I guess that a needle can make destroy this coating!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by gregbradley

The last post was 19th January, your advice might be a tad late....



Not entirely too late, at least it helped me.

Been trying to find a solution for this same problem and was beginning to think a repair was needed.
Just to confirm...with a needle, after clearing out a clump of fluff sound now plays through both earphones of the 5 different headsets that wouldn't work before.

For anyone else trying to fix this problem either now or in the future, its at least worth a try.

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