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I recently bought Ear Pollution over the head headphones and they just stopped working for no reason

Not sure if the product listed is correct. I use my headphones every day, but they are taken care of. The cord does not get bent more than expected, but all of a sudden, the right head phone went out. Then, while trying to get it to work (spinning the jack) the left went out and now it won't work at all. I've had these for maybe a month.

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It sounds like you have a break in the wires. They make the wires stranded and they are finer than hair but will break if bent back and forth enough or if pulled on hard enough

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