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How to take apart merkury metallic headphones

Need to take a part because something is loose and rattling inside

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If you can carefully take the foam earpad off you might find screws holding the speaker plate to the cup.

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hello, i have a philips wireless head set and this how i set mine up, i take it you've got the sensor with long black wire attach to it this plugs into your earphone socket on your tv set then plug the power adaptor the sensor switch on make sure the sensor pointing towards you and put the batterys into the earphones and switch earphones on you should have sound get back to if you have trouble thanks

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Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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SOURCE: There is a rattling noise

It is one of two things the speaker is defective "has a rattle" or it has come loose from it's mount, if you can remove the outer ear **** you should see two or three screws that hold the speaker in place, make sure they are tight. If the problem persists replace the headphones because it would be next to impossible to find a replacement speaker.

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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SOURCE: There's a metal rattling in my right ear cup (like

You could take the headphone apart to see if something is touching the speaker - a small hair, for example, could've gotten past the protective grille and is causing strange noises each time the driver vibrates.
Hope that helps. Good luck! :)

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The rattle is probably a weight. On purpose, they put a piece of metal in the handle part of the handset to give it more weight.

If there isn't a secret screw under anything in the handle, it's probably glued or clipped at each end. Those are the worst kind.
Sometimes a slight pressure at the break near the top of the receiver will be enough to seperate it to get a knife in the opening to pry it apart.

When you get the 1/3 part of it up, look to see if there isn't something else holding it. It may lead you to the tab or screw that does.

Before you destroy the handset, look under the receiver part on the inside. With any luck, there will be a part number. You'll need that when you order a new handset :-)

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There are three screws behind the foam strip on the metal casing, which attach a heavy duty metal strip to the inner casing... the rest are obvious.


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