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Right ear headphone is not working..i hav no warranty can I repair it How much does that cost??? Thanku

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If you want to reattach the wires inside sure by all means. It will take a bit of soder and a sodering iron. The contacts for it should be obvious to the naked eye.
It probably would be less hassle if you just replaced them though.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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