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Try cleaning, scraping the battery contacts and then put a little petroleum jelly on the contacts and reinstall batteries. If they leaked a bunch then you may have a copper trace or a wire corroded in two.
It shouldn't matter. Some times after market parts are not exactly the same as OE parts. But will work just fine, and sometimes better than the OE part. My advice is just find the right wrench to fit the old nut.
Depends where the break is in the cable, if middle to near the plug, you can cutt the cable and put a new plug on. But the closer you get to the headphones you will need a new cable and it will have to be fitted inside the shell.
If in the middle you can extend with an extension cable, after fitting a new plug. If you have to fit a whole new cable, to gain access take off the Ear Pad(s) and remove any foam, you should then see access screws.
If you don't know how to fit a new plug, let me know and I will explain.