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No sound or power from my comfort 2 headphones.

Changed the battery but nothing.

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    tried changing the batteries and-nothing! they worked fine a day ago but now there is no power?

  • bankerbiker Feb 07, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem and changing the batteries do not help. I checked and there is no oxydation on the contacts.

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Make sure the battery is in the right way around, try another battery, make sure you have the right hole (these headphones have two holes on them), make sure the little "flap" that covers the battery still has it's metal bit on.

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