#1
Uhm, the nut outside the input on my G400 fell off, and when I try to screw it back onto the actual...thing you put your cable into, it falls back into the guitar.

If I took off the black plate on the back of the guitar, could I take the "thing" and push it out of the hole so I can screw the nut back on?

I don't feel like taking off the plate and then like, do something wrong.

Removing the lid shouldn't void warranty or anything, right?
#2
Doesnt void, your idea is more or less whats needed to get it sorted. You're okay if no wires come loose.
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#3
Alright, thanks.

EDIT:
Uh, how am I supposed to remove the plate after unscrewing the screws, the plate is kinda stuck and there's nothing to, well, grab.
Last edited by Black9 at Dec 1, 2009,
#5
Tap. Tip the guitar upside down and tap until the plate comes loose. Also, make sure when you put the nut back on, that you don't accidentally break a solder joint. It's easy to fix if you do, but it's always a risk.

You could also put the screwdriver in the screw hole and pry it loose. No offense, but it's a G400. It's not a high-end guitar.
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Last edited by bv310 at Dec 1, 2009,
#6
Alright
Hehe, I know it's not high-end or anything, but I like it and yeah. ;D
Guitars here in Sweden cost like 25% more than in the US. :/
#8
Quote by Black9
Alright
Hehe, I know it's not high-end or anything, but I like it and yeah. ;D
Guitars here in Sweden cost like 25% more than in the US. :/

You think that's bad? Try living in Canada.
R.I.P. Les Paul, 1915-2009

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