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Warranty I've searched how to get replacement for my wireless headphone using warranty, but I can't find out... please help.

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Re: Warranty

The Quick Start Guide that comes with the 'phones says warranties are processed if returned to "point of purchase"

but here's the phone number they give under trouble shooting:

or try

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My in ear headphones are shorting out. It appears that at the connector is where the problem lies. Is there is a fix for that?

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My right ear bud cuts out every time I move my head. I've only had this pair about six months.

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These headphones carry a manufacturer warranty of 2 years. I would suggest that you try them on at least one source to be sure that it is the headphone causing the problem that you are having before proceeding with making a warranty claim.
You should be able to locate a Sennheiser agent in your town. Click here to locate an agent near to you. I have been a seenheiser austhorised repair agent in the past, and they take failures under warranty very seriously and I am sure will resolve the problem for you at no charge.
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Logitech freepulse headphones not charging?

Same Problem, Headphones will charge but they wont turn on no matter what you do. Called, got them replaced, so I thought hmmm I can figure out what went wrong with the old ones.

It is the switch itself. The connection next to the charging plug does not make contact anymore. It is a weak point and after putting excessive force on the power button it actually twists the switch enough to beak the solder joint. DO NOT LIFT THE SWITCH ITSELF! Just solder the one next to the charging plug and it will be good to go.

To take them apart is a pain. Remove foam by pulling on it. Remove tiny torrx screw (CR VT-6, bit I used), then remove (actually pry up) silver "ring" at the point where the band meets the ear piece. Finally, pry apart at the band section. I used a razor blade. It is 4 tabs on the inside and is a pain, but came apart. Then take 2 screws out to remove the band and there is the board.

Solder the switch next to the light and charge plug and it is good to go.

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