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Logitech consumer headphones

I was wondering. The swivel on the earphone part seemed like it snapped or lossened. It won't hold when I turn it for my face and when I have it on that side just droops and does not hold to my face. It doesn't look like it's broke beacause theres no little peices of plastic that fell or is rattling around. Is there anyway it will pop back together?

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  • lcharlas May 19, 2008

    I have the same issue with my brand new pair. The ear piece swivel on the right ear seems to be dangling, yet no broken parts appear. The company I ordered from has a 14 day return policy and unfortunately I am just now ready to use them.

  • Impenetrable Jun 09, 2008

    We bought one pair and the part that covers your ear popped out of its socket. We bought a second pair and the same thing happened. It's the part that swivels - the Y-shaped holder for the actual earphones. We tried to tape it but it doesn't fit the ear in the right way anymore.

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

    I bought 3 of the noise cancelling headphones.2 of them have broken despite careful usage. Is there a way to replace the broken swivel that connects the band to the headphone?
    Is there warranty coverage for this problem?



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I can probably repair them if it is just a structual break. goto:

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The bottom line is, these headphone ****!!! I will never buy another logitech product again

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