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Posted on Jul 08, 2007

This is potentially a really stupid question, but my headphones aren't working or charging. Here's the story: I went away to camp two weeks ago, and it seems that I may not have plugged in the charger cable. If the batteries have discharged entirely, can they be recharged again? If not, where can I get new ones? I hope the batteries are the problem... I appreciate any help :)

• Oleg Kordunskiy Jul 08, 2007

That would cost money :)
And I got it fixed by taking it apart

• frizzo Nov 04, 2007

i was given the headphnes but no instructions on the product i have charged them but still nothing i need more info please

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Solution: the directions state: if the TV volume is not tuned to at least 50 percent or more, the headphones will automatically shut themselves off after 4 minutes to limit electromagnetic waves in the room.
it's a simple solution. simply turn up the volume if the headphones stop working. i know, it happened to me as well--before i read that part of the instructions. take care.

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Take them to radio shack and thell tell you what kind of batteries to put in them

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