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No sound my bose headphones just stopped giving out sound. first the left ear stopped. then the right ear went out. after this happened i waited for a little bit and plugged them back in to my computer and they worked for about 2 minutes and then gave  out again. i just tried them today about 3 days after they stopped working and its giving out nothing.

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Same here..... like..... iwas using them for while by connectin em 2 my projector.. i gues.. i jus kept em aside for a few days.. whn i tried 2 use em again... it jus BLANK.... sum1 plz... totally in need of help

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