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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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  • Arun985 Feb 27, 2008

    I purchased the Logitech FreePulse headphones about a month and a half ago, and until now they've been working amazingly. Now, however, the right side speaker has trouble producing sound and sounds kind of like static. The speaker is not completely though, because it does produce sound when I futz with the transmitter. And its not a power issue because I recharge the headphones and transmitter every night. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?

  • jamesmoroni Apr 26, 2009

    I have the same problem in both of my freepulse sets. Seems like a loose connection inside the transmitter.



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

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