20 Most Recent Skull Candy Hesh Stereo DJ Headphones - Black Questions & Answers


Skull Candy do have a policy in some countries I believe of a lifetime warranty. I don't know if that applies in your case or if they will cover it. But it is worth checking out with them first.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


See my tip on dealing with dodgy plugs/cable on headphones. Just click my name to find it.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jan 03, 2017


If you can find the passkey in the set up guide that came with the headphones, try '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes).

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Dec 22, 2016


Try the SKull Candy website. They should tell where a repair center is that can do the job.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Oct 07, 2015


So this was happening to me the first day I got these headphones. This might not be the same situation for you but I simply was not pushing the cord into the headphones enough. You have to push the input into the headphones until it pops or clicks into place. Once I did that, the sound was superb.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jul 09, 2013


Skullcandy does not sell replacement parts. but you can warranty those. they will either replace them or send you a 50% off code to use on there website.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Nov 29, 2012


my skullcandy headphones speaker bust a while ago so i replaced both of them, so its the same concept of changing wires or wateva(cos i had to change that to as i wanted to extend it.) its alot more complex then it looks, but mine came out fine, so if you cant find a place to fix it it is possible to do it yourself, note that the screws are under the ear cushion witch can twist of.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Apr 15, 2012


if you have a warranty you can have them fixed as they have a lifetime warranty.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jun 16, 2011


Well i first would try another set to make sure it is the new set. If it still is the new set at fault? If you still have the receipt? Return it. If not? Check the plug and while its on and you have a cd playing/or radio whichever. Wiggle the plug . Take it out and slowly put it back in if you hear the bad side come on? Clean the new plug with alcohol. If no change? Factory error might have not soldered that side correctly. Take the effected side apart and look at the solder joints. If a wire is off? Resolder it on.
Hope this helps. if wires are still on the speaker ? Resolder them any way. Sometimes just heating and melting the existing solder works fine.
Hope this helps.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Dec 27, 2010


See my tip on replacing dodgy plugs/cables on heaphones. You will find it by clicking my name.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Dec 03, 2010


See my tip on dealing with faulty wires/plugs on headphones.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Oct 27, 2010


See my tip on dealing with dodgy cable/plugs on headphones.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Aug 07, 2010


Have a look at my tip on cable/plug problems for headphones. It might help you solve the problem.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jul 07, 2010


See my tip on replacing dodgy cable/plugs on headphones.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jun 26, 2010


Will something like this do?

c7d09b8.jpg If so just look for it in google image search, Amazon may stock them.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jun 16, 2010


My tip on repairing dodgy wires may be of help then.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on May 08, 2010


Hi, is there any need to get a new one when it is just only one month old?, doesn't it have any guarantee with it?.

You can simply take it back for replacement and start you can start using you headphone again and continue doing the DJ thing.

Take care.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Apr 14, 2010


Yes there are ways to splice cables together, This depends on the extent you would like to go to. if splice needs replaced near end replacement end can be bought at radio shack. You can splice wires together by striping the wires back and reconnecting them together making sure all wires are connected together and not touching one another, Twist red to red white to white and ground to ground, wrap with electrical tape each by them self use heat shrink to make it look a lot better.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Feb 21, 2010


happened to me first time i bought them, but the ear was extended more so the break happened higher up on the extendor thing. I just taped it, and stuck it into the hole to stabalize it. About 3/4 of the life of my first skullcandys were spend broken. Then, somebody stole my backpack, took nothing out of it, and threw my skullcandys in the trash.
I sent in for a new pair, they've not broken for a much longer time but today, they have broken again. Because the break is much lower, the earpeice isnt held to my head and just dangles. Duct tape wont fix it so i'm gonna try hot glue. If that fails, i might sauter it.

Skull Candy Hesh... | Answered on Jan 26, 2010

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