Question about Skull Candy LINK Earbuds Consumer Headphones
It usually isn't the ear bud that fails. It's the wire at the plug. Best bet is to buy a new plug on the end of the cord after cutting the last inch or so off. I recommend 90degree plugs if possible
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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