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I think these phones are great. But the little cord connecting them to the ipod got frayed after a bit of use and now I only get one channel unless I hold the cord just right. Luckily, the cord comes off, has a plug that comes off. So I just need a new little cord, but ....I can't find anyplace that has it. Help!

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  • KapitaenM Nov 12, 2008

    Yeah. It does take some adjusting on my own to get the inner cables, both channels and everything, working together.

    Mine feels like the inner wiring of that initial bendable section, right after the supported "sock" ends, and right before the first male-to-female connector, has been pinched or pulled.


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Try cutting your cord and reconnect it using electric tape...

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