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Broken wire on headset

One of the wires that connect the headset to the earpiece

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Friend you need to use a electronic tester and a slodering iron. just solder the cut wires and test if it has connectivity

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hugec4 to fix this problem is to tire the copper wire to the the wire that got cut

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