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My right earphones piece broke off in my pocket how can i fix it?

The tip of the earpiece came off in my pocket an i want to fix it so i won't have to buy anither one

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I'm not sure if what part came off but if the wires were broke then.
I would like to to give you something. It's the gift of time. The time that you are going to spend on attempting to repair your earphones. I'm not sure how much experiences you have with taking things apart and putting back together but, I've been doing it all my life. I have a hot air pencil and a awesome soldering station. I also have two pair of Shure brand earphone. At about $200.00 a pair I was highly motivated to fix them. Although I was somewhat successful, they never did sound quite right again. Needless to say I spent way to much time trying.
There is just too many things you have to get right inside them.
Now if it's just the plastic section then it's an easy fix.

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