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I painted my ath-ad700s. In order to do that I had to cut all wires. Once I reconnected and retried I could only get the left ear cup to work. Ideas?

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It would have been helpful to sketch a diagram of the connections before you cut them. Now you will have to result to trial and error to set things right.

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First of all: This headphones don't have a single srew. So be extremely
carefull as everything is glued !

#1 - Removing the logo plate
This isn't need to reach the wires. Just for cleaning purposes.
Remove de soft ring-pillow from the earing.
Remove the textil thick black ring that is glued by the internal outside gently.
Look for the three black metal small wings that belong to the logo plate and
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Then pull this wings in order to extract the plate by the outside side the logo plate.

#2: Accessing the speaker and it's wires.
This is a very carefull procedure. A mistake and you'll have scrap instead!
Remove the soft ringed pillow from the earing. In the border that the black
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