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Sony ericcson head phones

My right earpohne doesnt work..it only works when you fiddle around with the wire near the button area

should i just buy new ones, or can this be resolved?

coz i am a big fan of music and i absoloutley love my headphones.

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  • Anonymous Oct 20, 2008

    I too have the same prob......

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2009

    Yeah, I'm getting the same problems... Initially my left headphone stopped working unless I fiddled with the rubber coil underneath the plastic of the headphone itself, which was annoying since I had to hold it in place, and then the same happened with my right headphone. Any solutions, people?

  • james_parker May 17, 2009

    yes i have same problem

    but i will try to cut the wire and join

    EXPERIMENT

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Sony ericsson's should just have a 3.5 headphone jack insted of the dodgy plug they have now.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

Your earphone is damaged, u'l have to buy a new one as it cannot be fixed.
the reason might be, that u may hv streched ur wire accidentally, which damaged the internal wire(as it got pulled).

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

I have similar problem, the only difference is I have problem with left headphone

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