Plugs are limited commodities. They do not stay polished and conductive forever. Anyone who is a regular earphone shopper will tell you that every couple of years, give or take, earphones will need to be replaced. Below you will learn how to replace them properly. This will require some effort and technical know-how.
You are going to use a knife or a pair of scissors in conjunction with a burning match and a hot soldering iron. All possible safety precautions must be taken for both yourself and your surroundings. Choose a well-ventilated space to perform the soldering process.
The Tool List – Things You Will Need
- A replacement jack (earplug) for the broken earplug
- Either a wire cutter, pen knife, or scissors
- Some matches and a gas lighter
- A vice grip device to ensure safety during soldering
- A soldering iron and wire.