Have a very previously owned Squier Bullet Bass that's used sparingly for home recording. The "works when wiggled" jack that otherwise produced nothing but snap, crackle and pop, just crapped out on me. Wiggling no longer works. No snap, crackle, etc. But applying pressure to the middle of the pick guard just above the volume pot does provide a temporary remedy. Sort of. Sometimes. Problem: Fender designed the thing with the jack planted on the pick guard. To remove the pick guard to get to the problem child jack seems to require removing everything, including knobs and pickups. And I have no clue what I'm looking for when, or if, I manage to get there. Before attacking the thing with a screwdriver, a circular saw or a hand grenade, a little expert guidance would likely be useful. Am a total klutz with a soldering iron, but can muddle through if absolutely required. Consider this a cry for help. Thanks in advance. The borrowed photo shows the jack placement on a similar model.