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This isn’t the greatest solution but you could take a very small drill bit and drill into the silica bead until it breaks into more manageable pieces that you can remove with tweezers. '''Drill very slowly and cautiously as we do not want to break the headphone jack with excessive force!''' I did this with a small pebble that got stuck inside my iPad’s headphone jack and it went according to plans.
 
=== Update (10/11/2018) ===
You could try just using these tweezers to grab the silica pellets, they are very thin and might very well getbe able to slip under the job donepellet and pull it out.
You could try just using these tweezers to grab the silica pellets, they are very thin and might very well getbe able to slip under the job donepellet and pull it out.
 
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This isn’t the greatest solution but you could take a very small drill bit and drill into the silica bead until it breaks into more manageable pieces that you can remove with tweezers. '''Drill very slowly and cautiously as we do not want to break the headphone jack with excessive force!''' I did this with a small pebble that got stuck inside my iPad’s headphone jack and it went according to plans.
 
=== Update (10/11/2018) ===
You could try just using these tweezers to grab the silica pellets, they are very thin and might very well get the job done.
 
[product|IF145-020]

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Bearbeitet von: Aaron Cooke ,

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This isn’t the greatest solution but you could take a very small drill bit and drill into the silica bead until it breaks into more manageable pieces that you can remove with tweezers. '''Drill very slowly and cautiously as we do not want to break the headphone jack with excessive force!''' I did this with a small pebble that got stuck inside my iPad’s headphone jack and it went according to plans.
This isn’t the greatest solution but you could take a very small drill bit and drill into the silica bead until it breaks into more manageable pieces that you can remove with tweezers. '''Drill very slowly and cautiously as we do not want to break the headphone jack with excessive force!''' I did this with a small pebble that got stuck inside my iPad’s headphone jack and it went according to plans.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Aaron Cooke ,

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This isn’t the greatest solution but you could take a very small drill bit and drill into the silica bead until it breaks into more manageable pieces that you can remove with tweezers. I did this with a small pebble that got stuck inside my iPad’s headphone jack and it went according to plans.

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