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Broken ear piece

My two year old got ahold of my headset and broke the part that goes over the top of the ear. everything else is fine. I see that it comes off easily so you can replace it but i have searched for about two weeks now and cant find where to find parts. is there such a place so i dont have to buy a whole brand new one? thanks for your help.

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  • sbg1 Nov 12, 2007

    Stuck wireless headset in my pocket. Big mistake. Now I am searching for the earpiece because the headset is otherwise in perfect shape.

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Call logitech product support at 1 702-269-3457 i had the same problem part is available but, on back order.i suggested that they make part available in stores... good luck

Posted on Aug 07, 2007

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