above the earpiece where the plastic is thin.
Step 1: This Is the Spot Where the Headset Broke
Step 2: Cutting
Step 3: Finished Cut
Step 4: More Cutting
Step 5: Gluing Together the Two Pieces
epoxy, but neither worked. I had some JB Weld, so I used that
and it worked great. It is rock hard. This stuff is only about $5 @
Lowes and a little goes a long way. You mix equal amounts together
with a stick and then put it on the part you want joined.
Step 6: Putting It Together
lower part and smooth the JB over. Allow to dry overnight and sand
it if there is any globs sticking out. My repaired headset is hoding a
month later. It no longer adjusts, but beats throwing it out and paying
$20 for a new one!