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The jack broke off of my skull candy skull crushers, and i was wondering how i can fix this problem?

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There isn't really a way to fix it if that happened. Lucky you, though, you have Skull Candies! Skull Candy has a lifetime replacement program that will replace your headphones for free if you say you broke them from an accident or just from eventual wear and tear. If they were broken from obvious aggressive use, Skull Candy will still give you 50% off a replacement pair.

Requesting replacements is easy. You just answer a few questions about them, such as around when did you buy them and a short explanation of what happened, then they will send you a special box. You mail them the box back with your headphones in them, and they will send you the replacement pair!

Go here to fill out the quick replacement form!
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