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    I need know how to repair jbl tune110 handsfree’s mic wire

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    by saadtahir810 ·

    hey so its emotional story my girlfriend gifted me a handsfree the day when we have breakup i accidently step on that handsfree and broke one of its terminal wires which connects the mic then to the little speaker I need help with the wiring chart so I could repair it and not regret it, so important for me

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    • #4158518
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      Unlikely.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to I need know how to repair jbl tune110 handsfree’s mic wire

      I see these for 13 bucks on Amazon. Buy a new one.

      • #4158668
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        Agreed with rproffit

        by birdmantd ·

        In reply to Unlikely.

        Sometimes it is easier and cheaper just to buy a new device than to fix the broken one.

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      I need know how to repair jbl tune110 handsfree’s mic wire

      by cumminsm38 ·

      In reply to I need know how to repair jbl tune110 handsfree’s mic wire

      To repair the microphone wire on JBL Tune 110 headphones:

      1. Identify the break in the wire.
      2. Cut and strip the wire at the damaged point.
      3. Solder the wires together, matching the correct colors.
      4. Insulate and protect the soldered connections with heat shrink tubing or electrical tape.
      5. Test the repaired microphone to ensure it functions correctly.
      6. Secure and reassemble the repaired section and the earbuds.

      If you’re not comfortable with soldering or if the headphones are under warranty, consider professional repair or contact the manufacturer. Attempting repairs yourself may void the warranty.

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      by tabraizzarif491 ·

      In reply to I need know how to repair jbl tune110 handsfree’s mic wire

      purchasing a new device can be a simpler and more cost-effective solution than repairing a malfunctioning one

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