Question about Philips HP-170 Headphones
Check the wiring at the base of the right earphone .
try to put it on and giggle the wire around while listening to it .
the common problem with most head phones is the the wire is twisted too often and break at the base of the earphone .
If this is not the case , check the plug which could again be the same problem .
If the problem persist , the speaker could be faulty of one of the channels on the earphone output could be down .
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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