Question about Maxell HP/NC-III Consumer Headphones
You may have another break in your cord further up. You can test by listening through the headphones while you touch the bare wires to a battery. preferably a flashlight battery 1.5 volts briefly. You will here the quiet pop or crackle in each ear as you get the connection. Right down the combinations and then solder the new plug on.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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