Member #563103

Member Since: June 13, 2014

Country: United States

  • Put something strong and small through the slits in the port and pry the connector out from the inside. When you have it out - cut off the plastic bumps on top of the connector with a hobby knife and it'l be much easier to remove in the future. After doing that mine still holds in pretty well, but it’s at least now much easier to unplug - using tweezers.

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