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The Right side does not work.

I have a SkullCandy headphone. The left side of the headphone works great, but the Right side does not work.

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I just bought the turtle beach x1's and had the same problem only it was the left side not the right and i was pushing the green audio connector cable to close together with the av componet connector and just slightly removed the audio cable from the av connector cable basically just slightly remove the headphones from the connection port on whatever you are connecting it to if that dosent work then most likely you have a lose connetion port on your device and will need to replace it or replace the device alltogether if the port can not be replaced.

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