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I have harman/kardon ep710 earphones and today the left side of the earphones stopped working and since I live in Canada I am unsure how to get them repaired. What would be the best thing to do in order to have these earbuds repaired

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Hi, hard to advise you on this one other than suggesting that you replace the molded jack plug. Most failures of ear buds happen here. Just chop the plug off and replace it, or get someone handy with a soldering iron to do it for you. Short of that, they are a disposable type device. Maybe not the advise you were hoping to hear, but is the facts.

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Graeme

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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