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Only have sound from the right speaker

I use my headphones mainly for workout purposes only. this morning while going for a jog the left speaker began to short out a bit, then it began to play but sounding like the speaker was blown until there was no sound at all... does anyone have any suggestions?

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Re: only have sound from the right speaker

IF these headphones are wireless try recharging if they are not wireless you may have a shorted or blown speaker

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