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 on the headphone?
What we need:
-new headphone cable (3,5mm)
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Step 1: Open Your Old Headphones
Open the headphones with the knife carefully.
Please, don't cut yourself!
Step 2: Unsolder the Old Cable
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.
Step 3: Solder the New Cable On
Solder the new cable on the circuit, like the old cable was soldered.
Close the headphone and glue it together.
Step 4: Test Your Repaired Headphone.
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.