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Yes it is possible to replace the HS connector however it looks to be a surface mounted connector which means it wont be easy. It would require some SMD rework skills and all the necessary tools. Unfortunately I cant find a close up picture in any of the guides (so far) so I cant be any more specificspecific.
Yes it is possible to replace the HS connector however it looks to be a surface mounted connector which means it wont be easy. It would require some SMD rework skills and all the necessary tools. Unfortunately I cant find a close up picture in any of the guides (so far) so I cant be any more specificspecific.
 
Have[http://au.element14.com/lumberg/1503-13-vp3/socket-3-5mm-jack-smt-4way/dp/1368640|THIS is something like] what you are after however you need to find the correct pin configuration.


Have
you tried removing the piece that is stuck in the connector? The male connector shaft is hollow so you may be able to get something like a small drill bitbit, knitting needle, scribe or some other metallic thing and push it into the hole in the remnant part and pull it out.
Have[http://au.element14.com/lumberg/1503-13-vp3/socket-3-5mm-jack-smt-4way/dp/1368640|THIS is something like] what you are after however you need to find the correct pin configuration.


Have
you tried removing the piece that is stuck in the connector? The male connector shaft is hollow so you may be able to get something like a small drill bitbit, knitting needle, scribe or some other metallic thing and push it into the hole in the remnant part and pull it out.

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Yes it is possible to replace the HS connector however it looks to be a surface mounted connector which means it wont be easy.  It would require some SMD rework skills and all the necessary tools.  Unfortunately I cant find a close up picture in any of the guides (so far) so I cant be any more specific

Have you tried removing the piece that is stuck in the connector?  The male connector is hollow so you may be able to get something like a small drill bit and push it into the hole in the remnant part and pull it out.

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