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After throwing away my fifth pair of $15 earbuds i was sick and tired of these things breaking, so when this pair broke i got out my X-Acto ...
The problem spot is usually right at the end of the headphones (duh). The problem is that the wires get bent so much that they break(another duh), but ...
using the X-Acto knife CARFULY remove the casing at the end of the headphones. Then, take the wire strippers and remove about 3/4 inch of the protective wire ...
You see there is a location where the good wire ends and the bad wire begins, cut the wires there. Re-twist the frayed wires the best you can ...
Pull out your ipod, mp3, or other music playing device and plug in your headphones. Move the wires around she what creates the best connection. Once you have ...
Siffen up the end by sliding somebigger shrink wrap over the whole fixture ant the end and heating it up. I ended up with three layers(including the one ...
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