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We purchased several sets of these headphones to use in our vehicle with an after-market DVD player. One set of headphones suddenly produces no sound at all. We have changed the batteries and have checked for correct battery installation. Any other suggestions, as these are not much more than a year old and I hate to have to purchase a new set. Thanks so much!

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My set has an led that glows red when on...if batteries in correctly, and switch on...do you have a red "POWER" indicator. If yes, & still no sound, 1-does the other set work? 2- either side of prob set work? 3-VOLUME up all the way? Could be bad receiver/bad speaker(s) bad vol switch.
IF no POWER led on, then 1-bad batteries 2-bad power switch 3-broken internal power lead/wire.
Kids are rough on these things...any sign was dropped, or dunked in a coke? REMOVE ear cushions are screws if yur inclined.... sk

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