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The left hand speaker has snapped off the head band on my ableplanet NC2000B. Also, the blacl plastic that hold the headband together above the right speaker is coming apart. Can I buy a replacement headband or will ableplanet fix it?

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Can not remove the water filter it's stuck


These water filters are prone to getting stuck. Remove the filter snap cover by gently prying hte left and right sides out. You will need to use 2 hands and grasp the filter head with one hand, which the filter twists into and the filter with the other hand, twist firmly to the left or counter clockwise at least half a turn. Not holding the filter head will cause the head to snap out of its holder and just flop down. Pleazer Appliance...

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Broken headband


You can try to strip a little bit of the jacket off the wires and twist them together securely. Then use a little bit of electrical tape to wrap the bare wire. After, you can tape the head piece back together...... or you could buy some new headphones.

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Raven01@Hi, The left hand speaker has snapped off the head band on my bose qc2. Also, the blacl plastic that hold the headband together above the right speaker is coming apart. Can I buy a replacement...


No, Bose doesn't cover any damage done to products that is any fault of the buyer. You might be able to if you contact a Bose retailer and special order it through them. Just a note, it will cost you more for the new speaker due to it being a special order. Probably around the lines of 40-50% of the original sales price (which is outrageous). If I were in your shoes, I'd try to find the same unit on craigslist or Ebay.

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Check error


Try the following steps

1. Unplug power
2. USING THE FINGER HOLDS ON EITHER SIDE, lock scanner cover into open position
DO NOT TOUCH THE ENCODER STRIP (clear plastic strip in front of the white vinyl band)
3. Remove jammed paper/foreign objects (check under the print head; if the print head is in the middle, slide it to the either the left or the right side, & check for paper scraps underneath the print head)
[IF WHEN THE SCANNER COVER WAS OPENED, THE PRINT HEAD IS ON THE LEFT SIDE]
4. Move the print head to the middle
5. With the print head in the middle, remove any ripped paper/foreign objects from the left corner (SINCE THE RIPPED PAPER COULD BE VERY SMALL, USE A FLASHLIGHT TO INSPECT)
6. Close the scanner cover & plug the machine back into the power outlet
[PERSISTENCE OF THIS ERROR MESSAGE OR NO PAPER SCRAPS/FOREIGN OBJECTS FOUND MEANS THAT THE ENCODER STRIP WILL REQUIRE CLEANING]
[IF WHEN THE SCANNER COVER WAS OPENED, THE PRINT HEAD IS ON THE RIGHT SIDE]
7. Plug the power cord back into the power outlet...LCD will show "Cover is Open"
8. Press Stop/Exit for approximately 5 seconds until the print head moves to the middle
9. UNPLUG MACHINE FROM POWER OUTLET
10. USE A FLASHLIGHT & TWEEZERS TO INSPECT: Remove any debris from the right corner
11. USING THE FINGER HOLDS ON EITHER SIDE, close scanner cover & plug machine into power outlet
[PERSISTENCE OF THIS ERROR MESSAGE OR NO PAPER SCRAPS/FOREIGN OBJECTS FOUND MEANS THAT THE ENCODER STRIP WILL REQUIRE CLEANING]

TO CLEAN THE ENCODER STRIP... (clear plastic strip in front of the white vinyl band)
[Markings & debris can adhere on the surface of encoder strip FROM HAND CONTACT &/OR GREASE CONTACT INCURRED FROM REMOVAL OF JAMMED PAPER]
DO NOT USE FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES NOR ANY TYPE OF SPRAY TO CLEAN INSIDE/OUTSIDE MACHINE
1. Unplug machine from power outlet
2. USING THE FINGER HOLDS ON EITHER SIDE, lock scanner cover into open position
3. Clean both sides of encoder WITH ONLY A DRY, LINT-FREE CLOTH
DO NOT FORCEFULLY PULL ON ENCODER STRIP
DO NOT TOUCH ENCODER STRIP WITH BARE HANDS
DO NOT FORCEFULLY SCRUB ENCODER STRIP (THAT COULD SCRATCH ITS SURFACE)
4. Clean encoder strip from right to left--stopping just before the left corner
5. Clean encoder strip from left to right--stopping just before the right corner
6. Repeat steps 5 & 6 two or three times to clean thoroughly
7. After cleaning encoder strip, USE FINGER HOLDS TO close scanner cover
8. Plug machine back into power outlet.

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Left earpiece removed


It rather depends on what broke on it. Sometimes superglue will hold it, but in my experiance if it gets a lot of stress it will go again. Another solution, if it is plastic that has snapped, is to melt them together with heat from a soldering iron. If you do this wear a mask and do it in a well vented area. You might need safety glasses as the smoke can make your eyes sore and also seems to go there.
One further way is to remove the speakers, find the size of them, then buy a cheap pair of headphones that uses the same size speakers as yours. Fit yours in. Afterall it's the speakers that output the great sound not the case!

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If you do try to melt them, use a face mask, safety glasses and do it in a well ventillated room. The smoke tends to go right in your face, it will make your eyes sore. So becarefull!
A much safer way is to find a cheap pair of headphones that will take the size of the speakers from yours, then fit them in. They might not look right, but they will sound the same!
That's what I did with mine!

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