Question about Bose in-ear headphones - Black with black/white cord
The left speaker of my Bose on-ear headphones is intermittent. I know the problem is not the outside cable, it come from inside the cup. I tried to open it, but after removing the foam and the two screws hidden behind it, there's steel something preventing me opening the back part. I'm not sure if it's a hidden screw or a clip, I'm a bit afraid to use strength. Any idea on how to open them?
Thanks for your help,
There are four screws that hold the cup together. Two at the top and two under the foam that goes between the ear pad and the plastic cup. Once I removed the four screws the cup and speaker came apart with no problem. Of course I did not see any issues with the soldering, so I have a bigger problem.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
Apparently there are screws hidden in the small foam ring covering the plastic (not the earcushion). Try it removing the foam and tell me how it goes!
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