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Plastic earpiece that goes around your ear to hold device in place broke. I would like to buy replacments.

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Hi, you can get one from eBay site or you can get it from the makers of the earpiece your using at the moment by going to the site to make inquiries on how to get another one.

Also you can contact the customer service center ofthe makers of that particular product you want .

Hope that helps.
Take care.

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