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The headphone does not turn on anymore

All the lights on the base work. It has been stored for a year and when I took them out the headphones just didn't turn on anymore even after charging for days, and trying brand new batteries. I'm thinking about openint them, or shipping them back to sennheiser but I don't know if that would be worth the money. Thanks for your help

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  • straighte649 May 05, 2010

    I opened them and nothing seemed wrong inside. I think the problem is in the switch which is stored in a small metal casing. I shipped the headphones back to sennheiser yesterday without giving my credit card info so they give me a quote first...

  • straighte649 May 05, 2010

    I opened the headphones and all seemed in order. The problem most likely lies in the on/off switch inside the headphones which is stored in an unopenable little metal casing... I shipped them back to Sennheiser yesterday without giving my credit card info, and told them to give me a quote before fixing

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I have got exactly the same problem with mine. Mine are RS140.
So if there is anybody that can help with this I would be very happy to find out what the problem is (as only used them twice)

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