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Seinheisser MX W1 headphone band broken help please

Hi i bought seinheisser MX W1 headphones and in the pack was a band that attached the adapter to the mp3 player. It was like a rubber band but black. This has now snapped would you know where i can purchase some more as i now can't get it to stay in the same position so it constantly loses the wireless signal.

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SOURCE: Need Replacement rubber band for wireless headphones JW160R

I to broke mine and couldnt find a replacement part anywhere! called xbox and every game store and no one sells them. What i did was go on Ebay and bought a Broken AS IS Headset for $8 and took the earpiece from that and put it on my working earpiece. Thats the only way to get a replacement part trust me!

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