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ATH-ANC7B Right headphone does not work...no sound come through and no noise-cancellation on that headphone. The blue LED on the left headphone works (and does sound and noise-cancellation on that headphone) so it is definitely getting power from the AAA battery in the right headphone.

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Each headphone is comprised of 2 parts: the shell (that houses the jack and the swivel post and the plate - to which the comfort pads are attached and on which the speaker is fixed. In this model the plate is glued to the shell so if you want to open it you will have to force it open - put a knife between the outer shell and the comfort layer covering the plate and slowly and methodically pry it open.

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