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You need to approach this from the back of the port. You'll never get it out the front. Open your machine and look at the back of the port. Sometimes you can pull the middle bracket on the back of the port out enough to allow access to the broken tip and remove it. If this fails you will need to replace the whole left I/O board. Here's the part #922-8040: http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Model-A1226-Left-I-O-Board/IF185-074[product|IF185-074|Link]
You need to approach this from the back of the port. You'll never get it out the front. Open your machine and look at the back of the port. Sometimes you can pull the middle bracket on the back of the port out enough to allow access to the broken tip and remove it. If this fails you will need to replace the whole left I/O board. Here's the part #922-8040: http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Model-A1226-Left-I-O-Board/IF185-074[product|IF185-074|Link]
 
Here's how to do it: [guide|678]

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Post originale di: mayer ,

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You need to approach this from the back of the port.  You'll never get it out the front.  Open your machine and look at the back of the port.  Sometimes you can pull the middle bracket on the back of the port out enough to allow access to the broken tip and remove it.  If this fails you will need to replace the whole left I/O board.  Here's the part  #922-8040:  http://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-15-Inch-Model-A1226-Left-I-O-Board/IF185-074

Here's how to do it:  [guide|678]

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open