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My jvc foldable headphones the right side is not

My jvc flats foldable headphones the right side is not working and i don't know how to get it back working.

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  • micah_lol_10 May 11, 2010

    also i have tried them in my ipod and my computer and they still don't work.

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You have to take off wire casing near the split and resauder

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Straight up- I do not understand myself nor know how to fix your headphones retractable cord. I however instead of skipping your question chose to give you some informational insight or clues on how to gather your answer.

I have seen that no one has posted to help you as of yet so I figured giving some information on how to find your answer is best rather than to ignore your question. Here are some things that you could type into search engines which will directly take you to either or both reading and video tutorials, which will tell you how to take the headphones apart to fix their cord and or will actually show you the steps to take to fix them.

I am assuming that your question wasn't answered either because no one knew how to fix them or that because they don't know how to fix them they assumed not to make any suggestions since maybe they would had felt bad if they were to tell you to do something in which could ruin the headphones. Here is the following suggestions to go by to fix your head phones: I hope this helps:)

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I THINK THAT THERE IS AN WAY TO COMMUNICATE WITH ME AND OR TO REPLY BACK TO ME. I HOPE THESE SUGGESTIONS HELP. JUST DIDN'T WANT TO LEAVE YOU ALL ON YOUR OWN TRYING TO FIX YOUR ISSUE WITH YOUR HEADPHONES:) HAVE A GOOD DAY/NIGHT.

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