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How many headphones do you throw away every year, because one speaker don't play music?Often, it's a simple problem:The cable is broken.So, why don't solder an other cable ...
Open the headphones with the knife carefully.Please, don't cut yourself!
Make a notice of the circuit inside, write down where the color and the white cable was.Then unsolder the old cables and remove them.
Solder the new cable on the circuit, like the old cable was soldered.Close the headphone and glue it together.
You're finished if it works!If it don't works, then unsolder the new cable and buy a new headphone. Or test another cable.
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