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Clicking sound Hi there, One of the ear cups sounds like the magnet is not sticking anymore, and each time I move my head, there is a loud clicking sound, like something's moving around in there. I've looked high and low trying to find a way to pop off the ear bud to see if I can fix it myself, but without any luck. It doen't pop off or turn off, I've tried prying it off, no luck. Any ideas. If I tilt my head a certain way, the sound does improve, so I'm guessing something did come apart.

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