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I have lost the ear wrap for my bluetooth earpiece

I am trying to locate a new ear wrap piece for my GE bluetooth in ear earpiece. I cant seem to find a site anywhere that has replacement parts. Can you help?

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Re: I have lost the ear wrap for my bluetooth earpiece

Contact support at jasco products and request one. they do have them available. click here to contact them jasco support

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