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I have my "PHILIPS SBC HC105" wireless headphone, it's left side is working properly but the right side of the headphone doesn't? i tried it in my many gadgets, PSP, Ipod, Mp3, T.V., Phone... and still it's right is still not working, but i can hear littlle sound coming out from it, just little. i adjusted it's volume and it's still doesn't work, i tried also twisting it's jack, nothing works. please help i really miss my headphone. thanks...

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Sorry, I haven't a solution, but i have the same problem and an another one i broke the wires in the right headphone. If you open this,you make a picture for me and you post it, please. Thanks

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