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現在のバージョン作成者: Stefano Gigante ,

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As they told you in the original question, that I report here after the opening of your new question just to avoid you from reading both questions at once, you should first try with a pair of thin needle nose pliers, trying carefully to grab the jack.
 
Failing the needle nose pliers, you could try some of this other workarounds:
 
# Use a straw: cut it so you can "roll" in the socket, then push all the way into and try to move it around. If you're lucky, it should "disengage" the broken tip and the spring keeping the connector pushed on it, so, pushing carefully the straw out, the plug will follow
# Failing that, but '''having to apply the utmost care to avoid further damage''', you could try applying some fast-drying but strong glue on a Q-tip without the cotton or other thin piece of plastic and/or metal. Eventually using the straw to avoid smearing glue and damaging everything else, connect with the broken jack, let it dry and gently push out

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オリジナル投稿者: Stefano Gigante ,

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Failing the needle nose pliers, you could try some of this other workarounds:

# Use a straw: cut it so you can "roll" in the socket, then push all the way into and try to move it around. If you're lucky, it should "disengage" the broken tip and the spring keeping the connector pushed on it, so, pushing carefully the straw out, the plug will follow
# Failing that, but '''having to apply the utmost care to avoid further damage''', you could try applying some fast-drying but strong glue on a Q-tip without the cotton or other thin piece of plastic and/or metal. Eventually using the straw to avoid smearing glue and damaging everything else, connect with the broken jack, let it dry and gently push out

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