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Loose/broken wire I think the wire going in is loose/broken in the left headphone any idea where/how to get it fixed because I love these headphones and dont wanna get new ones!!

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The best way to check if the head speaker is ok, is by opening up the headphone bit and disconnect the wires and make a new connection with a naked end , and test it in a stereo, if that still works the you wont have to buy new headphones you can just disconnect all the wires and buy or make you own connection again. let me know if you help making a new connection. cheers

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