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Earphone addaptor and wires not connecting

I have scull candy earbuds that are separated from the male adaptor to the wires and would like to fix them

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Order replacement 3.5mm audio plug from Digikey (www.digikey.com). It will require soldering.
One example would be http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/SP-3501/CP-3502-ND/96987

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and know how to use audio grabber as an recording tool for any music that is played on or put into a pc, incl. webradio other webcasts


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