Question about Sennheiser HD 202 Consumer Headphones
The fault is in the cable: you will have to dismantle the left speaker housing and start cutting from the cable until the break is removed then solder it back to the speaker - use an multimeter to check the continuity of the wires.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The most common caused of this symptom is the bad solder joints in the speaker of the affected parts. If you can take it apart check if one of the wire has it then resolder.
Another is the open internal wire in the cable
of the headseat. You may confirm it using a continuity check with a multimeter.
Place the earphone to your ear, upon testing the end of the headset plug you
will hear a scratching sound...
To confirm where the fault came from insert another headset to your unit. If the symptom does not appear in the new headset, above was a caused of the symptoms.
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