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A little peice of my headphones fell off and now they aren't snug around my head. one ear folds almost 90 degrees away from my ear. how do i fix it? ?

I still have the piece. i have a limited limetime warranty with able planet, but when reigster the product it was a strenuous process so i gave up. now i'm worried that they're broken forever

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