Help! As title suggests, the headphone jack (or more accurately, the adaptor from the mini-jack to full-size jack) broke off in the socket of my amp. It broke just at the lower of the two "lines" of the jack/adaptor, leaving the tip stuck inside the socket. Hence, the amp thinks there's a headphone jack inserted and therefore does not output anything to speakers. Any suggestions as to how to extract the broken bit? I've tried needle-nose pliers, but it can't get a grip on anything. I was actually toying with the idea of getting some of that epoxy glue for use with metal, sticking a lump on the end of a nail and shoving it right in, and once it's set the broken bit (which is I think hollow) should be stuck onto the nail and should come out buy simply pulling the nail, but I'm loathe to stick glue (with all it's fumes) into my amp.