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No sound in left headphone

The cable to the left can of my headphones no longer works. It's definitely the cable as it started off by just cutting out every now and again and I would wiggle it and the sound would come back on, but now it doesn't work at all. There is still sound to the right one so I know its not the full cable, just the bit going into the left can. Is there any way this can be fixed?

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Yes, sure. But it's a bit difficult, because you have to find the broken piece of it. Look for cuts in the wire. If you can see it, you can cut the protecting piece over the wire open or off and connect your wires again. Melt them together and it should work.

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Since the problem goes away when you don't use the extension cable, the cable is the trouble. One of the wires inside is broken. A new cable is what you need.

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