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Audiovox Infrared Headphones

We purchased several sets of these headphones to use in our vehicle with an after-market DVD player. One set of headphones suddenly produces no sound at all. We have changed the batteries and have checked for correct battery installation. Any other suggestions, as these are not much more than a year old and I hate to have to purchase a new set. Thanks so much! We have 5 sets of Audiovox Infrared Headphones that we use in our suburban for the kids to watch movies. About 3-4 months after we purchased them, we were driving along and all of a sudden they all stopped working. We've changed the batteries, and are quite unsure what else to even try. They power on and off, but do not pick up any of the sound from the DVD player. We're about to head off on a 1700 mile trip with our six kids, and I'm feeling desperate to figure out what to do!!!

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