#1
the wire in my guitar input jack came off and I need to know exactly what part of the guitar input it needs to be re soldered on

thanks
#3
This kind of thing happens all the time, it happened to me once as well.

Theres like prong type things(I don't know how else to describe it lol) on the inside of your input jack right? That two other wires should be soldered onto (two different prong things), just solder your wire onto the unused spot.
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#5
Dude it's broken forever. You need a new guitar. If you try to fix it you'll just blow it up; those wires have dynamite in them that will explode when you touch a soldering iron to them.


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Dude it's broken forever. You need a new guitar. If you try to fix it you'll just blow it up; those wires have dynamite in them that will explode when you touch a soldering iron to them.




yeah dude you're pretty much screwed my wire came loose i tryed resoldering it now i have 4 of the same guitar just smaller just kidding its fixable
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#7


a wire comes off when you dont remove the jack to tighten it.

and two wires, two metal tabs.

the ground wire to inner most lug.
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