Introduction

This guide will teach you how to replace the headphone jack in the Kyocera Marbl K127 cell phone. This is useful in the event that sound is no longer audible or is distorted when delivered through the headphone jack. This process involves just four easy steps.

Parts

No parts required.

Place your thumbs on the pack of the phone and slide them in a downward motion to remove the cover. Place your thumbs on the pack of the phone and slide them in a downward motion to remove the cover. Place your thumbs on the pack of the phone and slide them in a downward motion to remove the cover.
  • Place your thumbs on the pack of the phone and slide them in a downward motion to remove the cover.

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Use your index finger at the top of the battery and pull it towards your body. Use your index finger at the top of the battery and pull it towards your body. Use your index finger at the top of the battery and pull it towards your body.
  • Use your index finger at the top of the battery and pull it towards your body.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Use the Y1 tri-wing screwdriver to remove the four 2.4mm screws and then pry the entire backing off of the phone including the black clip attached to the top of the motherboard. Use the Y1 tri-wing screwdriver to remove the four 2.4mm screws and then pry the entire backing off of the phone including the black clip attached to the top of the motherboard. Use the Y1 tri-wing screwdriver to remove the four 2.4mm screws and then pry the entire backing off of the phone including the black clip attached to the top of the motherboard.
  • Use the Y1 tri-wing screwdriver to remove the four 2.4mm screws and then pry the entire backing off of the phone including the black clip attached to the top of the motherboard.

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Locate the headphone jack attached to the top right of the motherboard and pull it off using your thumb and index fingers. Locate the headphone jack attached to the top right of the motherboard and pull it off using your thumb and index fingers. Locate the headphone jack attached to the top right of the motherboard and pull it off using your thumb and index fingers.
  • Locate the headphone jack attached to the top right of the motherboard and pull it off using your thumb and index fingers.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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