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Philips Headphones SBCHL155

There doesnt seem to be any sound comng out through the right side unless i move the wire around. Could i possibly open up the headphones and solder the wire again??

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Re: Philips Headphones SBCHL155

Yes they can be fixed. Hopefully the break is inside and not somewhere in the cord. Remove the foam pad being careful not to tear it. Look for small "phillips head" screws which holds the two halves together. Sometimes the halves snap together. Gentally pry apart. Simply resolder the wires, and put halves back together. You may have to "re-strip" the wires. If you do they are very small gauge wires and delicate. Use a small tip soldering iron.

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My head phones got tangled and i have the ones that can stretch the ons that cost $9.99 right. And theres this meatel part and i want to know how to put it back in. OH an what do u do to the head phones

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