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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yesterday I was headed over to my friends house and I dropped my headset on the ground, when I tried to use it the right speaker wouldnt work, I opened it up to see that the speaker wire had fallen off of the speaker and I would like to know if someone could show me how to fix this

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1 minute ago, Onlyhate said:

On step four where it tells me to desolder the wires that entire green thingy is disconnected 

If the entire chip is ripped out try looking where the chip is supposed to be and and if you can reconnect it to anything

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3 minutes ago, Onlyhate said:

On step four where it tells me to desolder the wires that entire green thingy is disconnected 

You should be able to follow the picture to re-solder the wires back on


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1 minute ago, diphendum said:

If the entire chip is ripped out try looking where the chip is supposed to be and and if you can reconnect it to anything

There is nothing to attach it to , could i just use some super glue?

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1 minute ago, Onlyhate said:

There is nothing to attach it to , could i just use some super glue?

Possibly, if it is still connected to the speaker in some way (through a wire or something) it should be fine. idk what that PCB actually does though


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6 minutes ago, Onlyhate said:

There is nothing to attach it to , could i just use some super glue?

if theres nothing it attaches to then, yeah, like he said you should be fine if you just glue it back where it was and make sure all the wires are connected

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