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Cut wires The wire of my KossKSC 75 headphones has snapped from inside one of the headphones. I live in Mumbai, India. Could you please let me know someone who can fix my headphones?

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Per the KOSS website your KSC 75 stereophone is covered under the Lifetime Warranty Policy. To have your product serviced, please send the stereophone along with $6.00 each ($7.00 Canadian) shipping and handling to the appropriate address for your location. In the United States: Koss Corporation 4129 N. Port Washington Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53212 1-800-USA-KOSS email: In Canada call: 1-800-USA-KOSS email: Outside US and Canada: Contact Koss S.A. for the distributor/repair centre nearest you: ++41-91-641.61.20 email:

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