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    HELP!

    how do i fix a headset that the wire is a little bit broken and wont give sound help

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    Try to use electric tape and tape it back up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DomoGenesisAlt'sAlt View Post
    Try to use electric tape and tape it back up?
    this.
    Or if you know what your doing, re-soldier the wires back together

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    strip all plastic off -> find wire break -> solder it


    or buy a new one.



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    Use tape.
    If that doesn't work.
    GO FOR WARRANTY
    Improve and contribute to the LoL section, anything you do could save it.


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    IF THAT DOESNT WORK GO FOR TIP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DomoGenesisAlt'sAlt View Post
    Try to use electric tape and tape it back up?
    This would be the best option.
    Or simply, buy a new one, or go for warranty.





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