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Corsair Vengeance 2100 frozen

katamari
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This is a psuedo-guide on how to fix the Corsair Vengeance 2100 headphones when they 'freeze' with the blue and amber solid light stuck in the solid state.

 

Corsairs' recommendation on how to fix the headphones is to leave them sit until the batteries are dead almost 14 hrs.

I decided that was too slow and took my screwdriver into my own hands.

 

In order to fix the headphones with my method you will need:

screwdriver (tiny)

razor knife (optional)

 

You will be dealing only with the right cup of the headphones.

take off the soft padding

using the razor knife (fingernail will do) stick it under the blue padding. The padding should pop right off with just a twist

Once the blue foam is off you should see 4 screws remove these with your small screwdriver. Please note these screws do need a fair bit of force.

You can now open the cup (take care not to rip the wires off)

You now see the battery pack a pcb and a connector on the pcb. disconnect the connector and make sure the blue and amber lights are off.

Plug the connector back in put the headphones back together and use normally until corsair gets there butts in gear and fixes this rather large problem.

 

May or may not put pics in later.

Feel free to copy/paste this everywhere.

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  • 2 months later...

Thank you <3
Please notice that the battery pack is in the RIGHT Headphone!

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  • 1 month later...

Thanks, saved me having to wait ages.  :D

"Everybody wants a happy ending, right? But it doesn’t always roll that way." - TS

 

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  • 6 months later...

Hmm. I just opened up the headset, but I actually don't understand what you mean with disconnecting the connector? What is the connector? :/
Quick answers are appreciated!

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  • 4 weeks later...

This worked perfect thanks. In my impatience, I opened the left ear cup without fully reading your comment and was wondering where the connect was. I had to reassemble it so I could then open the right ear cup which took two seconds to fix. THANKS :D

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