#1
My son just came home with one with a broken input jack. Any suggestions? I removed just about every screw with pretty pathetic results.
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#4
The nut came off and it's sunk into the amp. If I could get it out, I'd take the nut off the line in and screw it in place.
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#5
It's heavily used. He got it for free from a friend who already got their money back on it. He was hoping I could fix it.
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#6
Get some thin needle nose pliers and fish it out, for best results hold the cube upside down and let gravity help. It may take up to half an hour to finally get it, but you can pull it out. I've had to do that with semi-hollowbody guitars a few times.
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#7
Well you would need to get the Chassis out. If you've took all the screws out try wiggling stuff around, and see if anything will come loose.
#8
Pics?
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#9
Check this site: http://www.maggiemedia.com/microcube/

There's also a link for a yahoo forum of people that own the microcube.
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