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Bad connection near the jack

My earphones recently stopped working and i believe the problem is near the jack.  is there anything i can do to fix it?

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  • umar650 Feb 09, 2009

    my headphone jack of bose triport earphone is having a problem not i cant hear anything from my headphones at all, is there any place or way where i can repair my headphone jack please

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2009

    Same problem here :-(



    Glad to see it's a common thing, I've never experienced such a ridiculous problem with the many earphones i've experienced over the years.



    Based on the number of complaints, Bose in-ear headphones are obviously faulty.....AVOID THEM!

  • TanSugar Apr 27, 2009

    Same here - I have to wiggle the lead near to the jack and the problem is becoming worse by the day.



    It seems to be a common fault - considering the cost of these headphones you would think they'd be problem free.



    The 2 year Bose warranty is only valid if you bought from an authorised seller which isn't great news for me!



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DON'T BUY ANOTHER PAIR!!!! This is a very common problem with these earbuds.

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No not really as the wires are extremely difficult to solder etc, best to contact bose for warrenty replacement or just have to go buy another pair.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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