Question about Skull Candy S2INBT Headphones
Posted by Anonymous on
This is likely a wiring fault somewhere along the wire itself or at either the connection to the earbuds, or the connection in the plug. Unfortunately there is no way to tell which or its location unless you disassemble the headphones.
If you cant repair yourself, replace as professional repair will be costly and new pair will likely be cheaper (unless under warranty)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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