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How To Fix A Damaged LG G2 Headphone Jack

LG G2 headphone jack not working? No worries – chances are, you can fix your damaged LG G2 headphone jack at home. The following details how to repair your LG G2 headphone jack.

Try cleaning your LG G2 headphone jack first

One of the most common causes of LG G2 headphone jack issues is dust, lint, and other debris build-up that prevents a solid connection between the jack and headphones. Before you consider replacing your LG G2 headphone jack, it's a good idea to try cleaning it first. There are several ways to clean your LG G2 headphone jack, including the following:

use a can of compressed air to blow into the jack
insert a soft cotton swab into the jack to remove dust and lint
attach double-sided tape to a paper clip and roll it around inside the jack

If cleaning your LG G2 headphone jack doesn't work, you'll need to replace it.


How to replace your LG G2 headphone jack

The LG G2 headphone jack is contained on an assembly that also includes the dock port; the best option is to replace the entire assembly together.

What you need:
replacement LG G2 dock port/headphone jack assembly
pry tool
small Phillips screwdriver

STEP 1: Use the pry tool to remove the rear cover.

STEP 2: Unscrew the five screws securing the speaker to the phone frame.

STEP 3: Unscrew the seven screws securing the rear housing to the phone frame.

STEP 4: Use the pry tool to disconnect the four connectors near the dock port.

STEP 5: Use the pry tool to gently remove the rubber grommet from the microphone housing.

STEP 6: Disconnect the four connectors on the logic board.

STEP 7: Gently remove the dock port/headphone jack assembly.

STEP 8: Starting with a new dock port/headphone jack assembly, reassemble your LG G2 by following these directions in reverse order.

Watch this YouTube video for a visual guide to replacing your LG G2 dock port/headphone jack assembly.




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