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Old 11-22-2011, 07:24 PM
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I can part apart everything until separating the entire chip from the inner metal part. Like I've removed the metal backing and the front plastic layer before, but I'm afraid if I try to pry the chip off the inner metal part that I'll end up ripping something off and damaging the player.

Is it really safe to remove the green chip off the inner metal part? Or is there a safe way to do so?
What chip are you trying to pry? It's been awhile since I've opened up mt
Sansa, but I don't remember any chip being removed to fix the headphone jack.
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:22 AM
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What chip are you trying to pry? It's been awhile since I've opened up mt
Sansa, but I don't remember any chip being removed to fix the headphone jack.
i think hes talking about the sandisk memeory chip that sits on a circuit board right over memeory slot.

im wondering the same thing because i cant seem to see the connectors to the headphone jack without moving it.

also can anyone give a little bit more complete directions bc im not sure how to remove the plastic headphone receiver without breaking anything. total noob.
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:23 AM
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by the way, my headphone jack doesnt fall out it just wiggles and cant seem to get sound from either ear. if that changes anything.
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:44 PM
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alright i got the internal memory circuit off, seems that was the only part that glue that was still sticky.

i guess getting a responce on this is unlikely seeing as no ones been on this board since last year
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