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I have akg K-240 Headphones that I bought in the late 1980's when I was in Audio School. Twice the right side sound has gone out. Had them repaired the 1st time now looking for how-to-do-it-myself or at least find a repair shop.

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Take a look at my tip on replacing dodgy cable/plug on headphones, you might find the solution there.

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