#2
tighten the nut holding it on
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#4
^^How many ways are there to tighten a nut?
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#6
Good trick.
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#7
take off the jack plate, hold the output jack(its not an input jack cause it sends a signal out not in) and i would take it off and put some threadlocker on it, then put it all back together and u shouldnt have problems with it coming loose again
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#8
Open up the jack's 2 screws and hand tighten it. Dont tighten it from the outside, you might risk twisting the solder job inside and breaking it. Also, its good to check whether your cable's tip meets the hot on the output jack, if not, just simply push it/bend it a bit more. If it still feels loose, then take a PTFE tape/plumber's tape and tape it around the thread then tighten it.
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#9
OOH ooh i know one, Take the jack out as mentioned above, no point in ruining the solder connections... NExt undo the jack from mounting plate, put a lock washer (ask your dad perhaps) behind the mounting plateon the jack and put jack through mounting plate, this way the lock washer isnt seen and it all holds tight!!! tighten the assmbly and then re atttach the whole OUTPUT jack to your guitar
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