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[* black] [product|IF145-082|helpingicon_reminder] [product|IF145-082|Helping hands] may be helpful when soldering. If you have never soldered before, check out this [guide|750|soldering technique guide].
[* black] [guide|750|Solder]red] Slide the '''red'''red wire through the hole of the terminal that corresponds to your replacement 3.5mm jack.
[* black] Solder
the otherright speaker. Wrap the wire (often white, butaround the terminal a few times, then solder it might be green if you're repairing Apple earphones)in place.
[* green] Repeat this step for
the same wayterminal that corresponds to the left speaker.
[* icon_note] The left wire is often white or green
.
[* black] Solderorange] Finally, solder the '''ground'''common/ground cable to(often copper colored) through the replacement jackremaining hole.
[* black] [product|IF145-082|helpingicon_reminder] [product|IF145-082|Helping hands] may be helpful when soldering. If you have never soldered before, check out this [guide|750|soldering technique guide].
[* black] [guide|750|Solder]red] Slide the '''red'''red wire through the hole of the terminal that corresponds to your replacement 3.5mm jack.
[* black] Solder
the otherright speaker. Wrap the wire (often white, butaround the terminal a few times, then solder it might be green if you're repairing Apple earphones)in place.
[* green] Repeat this step for
the same wayterminal that corresponds to the left speaker.
[* icon_note] The left wire is often white or green
.
[* black] Solderorange] Finally, solder the '''ground'''common/ground cable to(often copper colored) through the replacement jackremaining hole.

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