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You really can't fix it without opening it. [guide|526] You may be able to remove the broken tip once you take the left I/O board out. On some of these you can pull the center bracket on the back of the sound port out enough to use tweezers or small needle nose pliers to grasp the broken tip. I use a small hemostat. Look in the battery compartment for your exact machine and we can lead you to the correct repair guide to do this. And the part if you can't get the tip out.
 
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This port isn't like the MBP. I torn your model apart to try to help. The metal covering can be torn off with care and the top plastic piece removed. Then by lifting the center contact, access can be gained to the interior of the port. This does ruin the covering but might be preferable to a logic board replacement.
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This port isn't like the MBP. I torn your model apart to try to help. The metal covering can be torn off with care and the top plastic piece removed. Then by lifting the center contact, access can be gained to the interior of the port. This does ruin the covering but might be preferable to a logic board replacement.

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You really can't fix it without opening it. [guide|526] You may be able to remove the broken tip once you take the left I/O board out. On some of these you can pull the center bracket on the back of the sound port out enough to use tweezers or small needle nose pliers to grasp the broken tip. I use a small hemostat. Look in the battery compartment for your exact machine and we can lead you to the correct repair guide to do this. And the part if you can't get the tip out.
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You really can't fix it without opening it. [guide|526] You may be able to remove the broken tip once you take the left I/O board out. On some of these you can pull the center bracket on the back of the sound port out enough to use tweezers or small needle nose pliers to grasp the broken tip. I use a small hemostat.  Look in the battery compartment for your exact machine and we can lead you to the correct repair guide to do this. And the part if you can't get the tip out.

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