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Headset in problem at socket pin side

Philips ipod gogear problem for headset occured, At bottom of headset knob problem observed so what i am do it will repair? or what to do?

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Try a different set of headphones - if these do not work, call Philips and redeem your warranty if it was purchased within the last year. Headphones can be replaced, but headphone jacls cannot be repaired.

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Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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