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How do you wire a 1/8th. in. stereo earphone plug

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How do I fix skullcandy earphones? I think a wire is lose because the sound comes in and out when you move the earphone. How do you open the earphones up to fix the wires? Thank you for you time


I'm sorry to bring you bad news, but the most likely thing is that the copper conductor has become fractured inside the wire. The best you can do is to carefully identify which end of the wire has become broken (it usually happens at an end, where it goes in to an earbud, or a plug) and cut it back to the break, and then pry open the bud, cut back the insulation and re-solder the conductors. This is a pretty involved process, and to be honest, even with all the tools, I wouldn't attempt this. Oh, and plugs are usually moulded, so you can't do it, but if you try to buy a new plug in a store it will cost almost as much as new earbuds.

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No noise is coming out of the right earphone


If in warranty, return it for repair.
Assure that your player is working by trying it with another headset. If it doesn't work, having the balance off to one side would be a cause. Another cause is lint or dirt getting into the headphone connector.
Most likely there is a broken wire caused by pulling on the cord at the connector or earphone. To isolate which end, try pushing the wire into the connector or earphone and seeing what makes the sound come back. The break will usually be where it enters the strain relief and can flex the most.
If holding the wire straight makes it work, you can try applying epoxy around it to keep it that way. Otherwise, you will either need to solder on a new connector (reasonably easy if you can solder) or re-solder where it goes into the earphone (difficult and/or looks like hell). These items are not made to be repaired.

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Can I replace plug on my Denon overear headphones


If the cord is broken at the plug, most standard sub-mini,mini phone plugs can be replaced by someone with a little skill at soldering ( a ohm meter also helps). Get a replacement stereo plug like the old one (often at Radio shack or any electronic parts store). Cut off the old plug and carefully strip off the outside insulation back about 1/4". Note there is 3 conductors. The webbing around the 2 wires goes to the outside back end of the plug. This is the ground or common wire for both sides. This wire may have a non conducting coating on it which needs to be stripped off before you solder it to the plug. There is 2 other wires in the cord. one (often red) is the right channel and the other is the left. You can check which channel is the right side with a meter or a AA battery. DON'T try to check with the earphones on your head!! The right 'hot' side will go to the tip of the plug and the left side goes to the ring next to the tip. Don't forget to strip off the insulation of the wires by gently scraping them with a sharp knife or razer blade. Also don't do like I sometimes do and forget to put the collar or back piece on the wire before you solder the wires on the plug. Hope this helps.

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What can I do to fix a cable issue in my headphone? The right side doesn't work unless I move around the wire attached to the headphone.


Hi, what makes oneofthe earphones not to work,is because the wire inside the right side of the earphone hascut and will need to soldered back to it's position.

Open the right side of the earphone,and use a soldering iron and a lead to put back the wire properly.
after put back the wire,problem solved.

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The cable on the headphone is broken, no music comes out anymore. Can I repair them / open the in ear headphones to resolder them ???


If the broken link is along the cable (not in the earphone) just cut the cable very close to the earphones and replace it with a new one (a stereo cable should contain at least 3 different wires inside). If the cable is broken inside the earphone itself, it is possible to solder it but because we are talking about a earphone it could be hard to open them and to closed them back in.

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One of the earphones doesn't always work you have to jiggle the wire near in the input plug and it will go on and off in the left earphone what's wrong and if possible how do i fix it


The wire in the plug or near it has broken. You can fix it if you know how to use a soldering iron. You will need to purchase a jack plug from your electronic shop. Determine where the break is and cut the cable below it. You will need to strip the end of the cable to get to the wires. There will be at least two coloured wires and two earths. Next with a sharp knife open the plastic barrell of the old plug. This should tell you where the wires connect on your new one. If in doubt remember that the earths will go together on the long metal piece of a 3.5mm plug. The two coloured wires (left & right) will go on the smaller lugs. If you get them wrong reverse them, but it will not hurt anything if you do. If the sound is spaced out after you have done connecting. Then a earth wire(s) is off. Make certain the wires only connect with the lugs they are supposed to and the solder doesn't short anything.

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My MP3 suddenly only plays in one ear piece (speaker side) I bought a new pair of heads phones and it is still the same. What's happened ?


Notice the plug is sectioned into two or three bits by black lines? Each section corresponds to a 'connection' within the jack--one for each of the stereo channels

If you are pushing the earphone plug deep enough into the jack to make contact with the respective sockets and are still not getting all (both) channels, most likely one of the wires connected to the jack (socket) or the corresponding circuit (board) has either shorted out or is no longer connected.
If you can open the device, look for a thin red or black wire that is no longer connected/soldered. Splice it or re-solder it.

Failing that, the jack itself may have cracked (due to excessive bending when you insert the plug).

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Wire broken near plug. Need disassemble a plug. How


You can buy a new plug and solder the wires to it. Leave a long enough piece of wire on the old plug to test to see which wire goes where. On the plug it should be tip+left, 2nd ring + right and the base or body is ground. Don't forget to put the shield that screws on the plug right way around on the cable before you solder.

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hi the problem will be with the earphones after a bit of use the wires inside the plastic casing covering the wires where they plug into the mp4 these wires fray and eventually short out it is best to replace the earphones as soon as possible as shorting out will eventually cause the mp4 to overheat and short out.
If you have replaced the earphones and are still getting the same problem then it will be the solder points on the jack plug that you plug the earphones into the solder eventually will work lose causing bad connection but first repalce earphones then if you still have the problem but you probanly wont as the solder failing isnt a known problem with this product then you will need to take the cases off and get to the board where the earphone socket is soldered onto the board then you need to resolder the solder joint that connect it to the board.
But first repalce earphone with new ones as using someone elses or old ones might have same problem let me know if you need further assistance

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Perhaps you can open the player and solder the head socket it may have some dry joints there.

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