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Output jack on a Epiphone Les Paul came out and I ned a schematic

I need to know how to solder this back properly..any help?

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Google your problem. i have found scematics on everything. i'm currenly changing out the pickups on my les paul, and saw the diagram on your soldering setup. i've done these myself. i was a little worried at first, but it turned out to be pretty easy. good luck, scott

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  • Painter33 Feb 16, 2015

    The output jack has two soldering lugs. The center lug (on top) is the ground that wires to a pot, and the inner ring lug is the hot lug that goes to the switch.

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