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I just bought a new philips color buds earphones when because of my carelessness the wire that connects the jack and the upper part was severed from the jack. how can i fix this? the jack was totally removed from the rest of the parts and also for my philips bubbles earphones, the left ear stopped working completely. can this be fixed?

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See my tip on dealing with dodgy plugs/cables on headphones.

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