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If the broken link is along the cable (not in the earphone) just cut the cable very close to the earphones and replace it with a new one (a stereo cable should contain at least 3 different wires inside). If the cable is broken inside the earphone itself, it is possible to solder it but because we are talking about a earphone it could be hard to open them and to closed them back in.
Hi there and welcome at Fixya, the support team (lfete)
Please try with another pair of earphones and see if it works :O)
If it works with the another earphones, then you have to check yours :
1.See if the cable and connectors are ok 2.Try to move the cable a little bit all the way (you can move it up and down) 3.Then be sure that it is inserted the whole way in, some times you can connect the earphone nearly in to the product, that means one of the right/left side will not play. If is still not working please return here again
sounds from the description that one connection on the jack is either loose or the connection in ear is faulty if the jack can be taken apart you could try and resolder or the earpieace could be done the same.
Same problem, not a 'speaker problem" from blowing them out. Try just pushing the jack until you feel resistance and maually hold the jack. You should hear "almost all the music and vocals'. Validates the transducers are ok. Some sort of wiring problem shorting to mic.