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You may also need a new set of headphones as the connector just don't fit quite right into the socket.
 
Look asat an Apple set and look at yours note the total length as well as the detent (the thinner point just behind the tip). Some are slightly short or the detent shape or location is not quite right.
Look asat an Apple set and look at yours note the total length as well as the detent (the thinner point just behind the tip). Some are slightly short or the detent shape or location is not quite right.
 
The socket has a switch which as others have pointed out does get damaged. If I remember correctly the switch closes to enable the internal speakers. In your case you may want to pull the logic bd out and solder a wire across the socket switch so the headphone socket is always active. Otherwise you'll need to replace out the logic board to get the socket working. If you can find a dead system for parts you might be able to swap out the socket.

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You may also need a new set of headphones as the connector just don't fit quite right into the socket.

Look as an Apple set and look at yours note the total length as well as the detent (the thinner point just behind the tip). Some are slightly short or the detent shape or location is not quite right.

The socket has a switch which as others have pointed out does get damaged. If I remember correctly the switch closes to enable the internal speakers. In your case you may want to pull the logic bd out and solder a wire across the socket switch so the headphone socket is always active. Otherwise you'll need to replace out the logic board to get the socket working. If you can find a dead system for parts you might be able to swap out the socket.

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