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Plastic connecting left headshell broke apart

When removing headphones from my head, under no pressure the plastic connecting the left headshell broke apart at the lowest knuckle, and I was wondering if this can be fixed, there just taped together at the moment??

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If the tape holds it in place then I suggest a good brand of superglue might hold on for a time. The only other cause of action I can suggest is visiting a Pioneer service center and seeing if the part is still made.
If all else fails have a look at the bottom of my tip on repairing dodgy cables and plugs, there is a suggestion on what to do with a broken headshell.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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Check here to find the spare part you need:

I am not sure which part you mean in your description, but if it is the left hunger here it is:

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