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Reciever light for panasonic RP-wf810h headphones wont stay on...

The light on my reciever for my panasonic RP-wf810h headphones wont stay on! What can i do to fix it?I plug it out and back in and the light stays on for a minute or so... Please help!

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Same Problem, Headphones will charge but they wont turn on no matter what you do. Called, got them replaced, so I thought hmmm I can figure out what went wrong with the old ones.

It is the switch itself. The connection next to the charging plug does not make contact anymore. It is a weak point and after putting excessive force on the power button it actually twists the switch enough to beak the solder joint. DO NOT LIFT THE SWITCH ITSELF! Just solder the one next to the charging plug and it will be good to go.

To take them apart is a pain. Remove foam by pulling on it. Remove tiny torrx screw (CR VT-6, bit I used), then remove (actually pry up) silver "ring" at the point where the band meets the ear piece. Finally, pry apart at the band section. I used a razor blade. It is 4 tabs on the inside and is a pain, but came apart. Then take 2 screws out to remove the band and there is the board.

Solder the switch next to the light and charge plug and it is good to go.

Hope this works,

Ryan R. Gerner

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See my tip on dealing with dodgy cables/plugs on headphones. There's a website that sells them at the bottom of it. Just click my user name to find it.

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Same Problem, Headphones will charge but they wont turn on no matter what you do. Called, got them replaced, so I thought hmmm I can figure out what went wrong with the old ones.

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To take them apart is a pain. Remove foam by pulling on it. Remove tiny torrx screw (CR VT-6, bit I used), then remove (actually pry up) silver "ring" at the point where the band meets the ear piece. Finally, pry apart at the band section. I used a razor blade. It is 4 tabs on the inside and is a pain, but came apart. Then take 2 screws out to remove the band and there is the board.

Solder the switch next to the light and charge plug and it is good to go.

Hope this works,

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