How to Remove a Broken 3.5mm Jack

Removing a broken 3.5 mm jack from a desktop PC requires a careful approach to avoid damaging the port. Here are some methods you can try, each with its own level of difficulty and effectiveness. Always ensure your PC is turned off and unplugged before attempting any of these methods.

Method 1: Super Glue Trick

Method 2: Needle or Pin

Method 3: Disassembly

Method 4: Professional Help

If you're not comfortable attempting to remove the broken piece yourself, consider seeking professional help. A technician will have the tools and experience to safely remove the broken jack without damaging your PC.

Each method carries a risk of further damaging the port or your PC, so proceed with caution and consider your own technical skill level before attempting a DIY fix.