#1
my fender pt 100 tuner has a tip of a chord inside the inout and have no idea how to get it out. we opened up the back and the board is in the way of the input. i took to music stores to see if they could do anything but couldnt. so to avoid paying 50 for a new one you should help me
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#3
Quote by james4
can't you take off the input jack on it? If you can't, then I dunno...
How'd you get a peice of the cord stuck in there in the first place?

Good question.

Try putting superglue on the old jack, then getting the old one out. Be careful, though, you don't want to ruin the entire thing.
#4
You should be able to use a spanner to take off the jack.
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#5
i pulled the end out and the front part pulled of the cord and stuck in the inside
~My Gear~
ESP EX-50 (Dimarzio Steves Special in Bridge)
Fender Standard Telecaster
Peavey Valveking 100
Boss TU-2
BBE Sonic Stomp
Dunlop Cry Baby From Hell
Squier Strat