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I'm experiencing a static noise whenever the headphones make the slightest movement. I think it may have to do with dust inside the unit. Any suggestions on repairs?

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I found by spraying contact cleaner onto the switch and volume control the static went away on my MDR-IF5000 headphones

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I hope you have a clear picture now,
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