Question about JVC Gumy Ear Bud Headphone - Peppermint Blue
Usually the problem is a cut at one of the copper cables. Try moving the cables at bothe ends (jack and earphone end) to locate the end that has the problem. In case it's the jack's side, you can easily change this end with another jack (complete jack and part of the cable from another headphones) by connecting the cables. The best solution is to change the jack with another one and solder the cables but since these cables are very thin, it isn't so easy. In case the problem is at the earphone side, you have to open the earphone and reconnect it at the cable again removing the part of the cable that is cut, but since the cables are too thin isn't so easy.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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