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There's something loose in my left cup and it's really obnoxious if I move my head just a little... How do I take apart the headphones to I can fix this and still put them back together?

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Most headphones open by removing the earpad and any foam. You should see access screws then. You might have to tear the foam off. You can glue it back with Bostik white glue afterwards.

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