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The right earphone on my headphones stopped making noise yesterday. There is no volume coming out of it at all and right now i am listening out of my left ear only. I was able to fix the problem by pulling on the cord slightly, but this morning that also stopped working. How can i fix this, or do i need a new pair of headphones?

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If you are techy or have a knowldge in connecting wire, then you can give a try to fix the right portion of your headphones. There was just a wire inside of your earphone which have been cut. For some instance maybe you had pull your headphones thats why the wire inside has been cut. If you can't repair then that's the time you'll need to buy.

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