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My earphones' audio isn't right. I have to twist the wires to get it fixed. Sometimes, it only has sounds on the left or on the right or nothing. What should I do?

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You have fault in the wires that has been twisted and open/ shorted within losing the connectivity. The best thing is to get this replaced if you can do the work by yourself, you will have to buy the shielded twin core wires, one headphone stereo jack, open the earpiees carefully- it is tricky,so do it gently, solder the wires in accordance with the lead and shield on either sides and then connect to the stereo headphones. Hope this wil work out for you. Good day

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