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Retractable cord keeps retracting

JVC noise cancelling headphones HA-NC100
problem-retractable cord pulls out but does STAY at desired length. When the cord is pulled there should be a click-click sound but that has disappeared. Basically, the cord won't stay out. I found one small screw on the earpiece but I can't get the ear piece apart to see what's happening inside or if the rewind latch is defective. Instructions very welcome!

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  • mandylanded Jan 21, 2009

    all of a sudden the auto rewind cord is staying retracted and will pull out but wont stay out

  • David Kross Mar 02, 2009

    I can tell you that there are two screws. The other is not as visible. You have to lift the foam a little to see it. As far as the retracting problem I have not been able to figure out how the little metal spring operated device goes together yet. I don't know if there is another missing peice i need or what.

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Andrewjdonne,

This is usually caused by a short in a wire. If you are brave, you can open up the headphones and find the wire that has shorted out and repair it. Usually this happens at the point where the headphones pivot. This may require the use of a soldering gun, or at least some new wire and electrical tape. Nothing you can't find at radioshack. Let me know if you need help opening the casing up to find the bad connection!

~Kudos~

Posted on May 04, 2011

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