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The most common problem with earphones are the wires. Usually near the end. You can carefully open the headset to expose the wire connection, and check for continuity.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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hi.
First of all: This headphones don't have a single srew. So be extremely
carefull as everything is glued !

#1 - Removing the logo plate
This isn't need to reach the wires. Just for cleaning purposes.
Remove de soft ring-pillow from the earing.
Remove the textil thick black ring that is glued by the internal outside gently.
Look for the three black metal small wings that belong to the logo plate and
are inserted to the internal side and are glued and/or bended. Unbend them.
Then pull this wings in order to extract the plate by the outside side the logo plate.

#2: Accessing the speaker and it's wires.
This is a very carefull procedure. A mistake and you'll have scrap instead!
Remove the soft ringed pillow from the earing. In the border that the black
sinthetic leader was inserted, insert a medium screwdriver. Gently swing
the driver up and down in order to separate the plastic disc that supports
the ringed pillow from the outside hat of the earing. Do this in circles for
a couple of times or until you begin to ear the glue lightly cracking. After
this the plstic disk separates from the outside hat and all the electric
wiring and speaker are free to repair.

NOTE: A piece of advice: do NOT use instant glue or cyanide glue to
re-assemble. It would be the last repair!

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Lost sound in the right ear of my audio technica ath-d40fs


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