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Noise concelling head hpones

My headphones stoped working.no damage mint condition. I put in new batteries and nothing happened. please help. I go to sleep with it every night. Thanks

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  • annrav Apr 20, 2009

    I have used them very seldom and it is over the warranty expiration.
    New batteries did not help.

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Same here, my QC 3's stopped working, bought a new battery and nothing happened. Called Bose 1-877-210-3782 followed the prompts for "english" and "headphones". My QC 3's are 3 years old and out of warranty. Bose agreed to replace the headphones for $75 with free shipping. Better than paying a few hundred. Replacement set will have 1 year warranty.

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