Question about Bose QC15 Headphones
Is there anyway I could find a strong glue to fix this??
I have tried many types of glue and the action of taking them off and on just puts too much strain on the joint.
The best thing I can suggest is to either find a cheap headphone that uses the same size speakers as your Bose and fit yours in them.
Alternativly melt the joint (once you have joined it with super glue) using a soldering iron not greater then 25 watts. You might have to melt some other plastic on to the joint such as a pen top. I should warn you to use safety glasses and do it in a well vented room. You need the glasses for the smoke that comes off, it will go in your eyes and it's not nice!
Even then you have to handle them carefully and not put too much strain on the repair.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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