Question about Shure E4C Consumer Headphones
This is caused by microscopic wax build up in one ear. You'll probably have to send the earphones to Shure for replacement.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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on Feb 03, 2014 | Health & Beauty
Ear wax always gets a really bad press but it's actually there to help the protect the ear. It's produced in the ear canal and then slowly makes its way to the opening. It should come out naturally by itself or with gentle daily washing. When you use ear buds you just push the wax deeper into the ear and ultimately that increases the risk of infection.
Feb 20, 2013 | Health & Beauty
Although people like to use Q-tips to clean out their ear wax, they should just leave it alone as it's the ear's mechanism for self-cleaning. If you have a build up of wax you can see your doctor but otherwise you can just leave your ears to clean themselves.
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