I want to fix these myself if i can. the cord that plugs into my android phone comes into the leftside earcup. The microphone is working and the remote button is also working . the left side headphone is working the right side is dead. Any tips to fix would be appriciated.
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Have you tried using another charging cord? There could be a fault there. If the cord is the only one you have, see if you can find a friend with the same phone to test whether theirs works for you, then buy a new cord if that's the problem.
The only way i know of is to take off the back casing and look at where the the charger port is and you might be able to remove it with an object a little bit bigger than the end of the charger. otherwise you cant do it your self withput messing something up on the tablet.
If I am reading you correctly the charger port from the charger has been lodged in the tablet. Get some tweezers and pull it out very very carefully. Hopefully no damage has been done. Buy a new charger afterwards.
I have a pair of marshall minor headphones. They are essentially the same headphones, very similar design if not identical. I had a short occur just where the cable enters into the ear piece, i was devastated when this happened. they are a good pair of headphones and i didn't want to have to shell out on another pair. To open the earpiece, i first removed the silicone ear-click thingy. if you look in the recessed space where this fits, you will notice a clear join between the two pieces of plastic. I inserted a razor blade into this join and after very little effort i managed to separate the two halves. In doing so i actually poked the back plate off as well, i did actually try to get this off but didn't trust myself enough with the razor blade to continue. there is another layer of plastic covering the circuit board in the ear piece, which again i would attempt to remove via the recess where the silicone ear-click piece goes. i only had a short in the cable so i didn't go as far as getting to the circuit board. the whole earpiece consists of at least four main pieces of plastic which are held together by a series of plastic pins. with a little Araldite/ strong superglue you would never know i had opened the earpiece. i can't believe there is nothing online about fixing these headphones. it's a shame, they are good headphones which have now been saved from the bin.
Check and see if you have a loose charge port on the V-Touch, or it could be a short in the cord. Try and plug it into a computer and see if it will come on. If not try using different USB ports on the computer (some work better than others.) if that does not work I would try a wall socket. You can get a USB to wall socket plug from almost any I-pod or I-phone. Droid and Android also it. If you still have no luck you could send it back to Visual Land for them to fix. If your warranty is still valid, they will fix it for free. Hope this helped.
First for the handset sound you want to check and see if the cord to the handset is bad. Check this by switching this cord with one from a working phone. If this works but a new cord.
Second, sometimes the receiver switch is the problem. Gently try slight side to side force on the receiver switch (button that get pushed in when you hang up the receiver). I have found that often the receiver switch is the problem. To fix this, if you feel comfortable, you will need to open up the phone and try to readjust the switch from the inside.
I discovered this problem myself on phones where people slammed down the receiver one to many times. I could lift the receiver to stop a ringing phone but either I or the other party on the phone could not hear me. The switch was the fix in addition to telling people to not slam the phone if they get mad.
This problem comes from drum cartridge, you may try:
1) take out drum cartidge open drum cover clean the surface at leftside(using soft brush) and check drum surface at leftside, there is damage if you see the color surface appear a broken-ring at leftside(the color changed), you have to change new drum cartridge,
2) sometimes cause cartidge clean brush dirty can not do well cleaning job, just clean this parts at leftside well then turning drum a little there is no toner appear at surfac leftside if ok.