Question about Kicker Flow EB72B Personal In Ear Noise Isolating MP3 Player iPod iPhone Black Headphone Monitors
They will not play any music all i did was take them out of my ears and now they will not play music off my ipod
Sounds like you have removed them by pulling on the wires, not by the earbuds or plug. not a recommeded practice when unplugging anything as it usually ends in broken wires internally along with tears. You may be able the get somebody to do some faultfinding/repairs if they are of the super expensive variety otherwise replacement may be the only solution. Most in-ear headphones have super delicate wiring and are as such a real pig to resolder
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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