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原帖由: theoo7doc ,

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This is a common weakness in BOSE headsets.  You need to replace the jack to do the job right.  It is a simple $1.00 part at Radio Shack.  If you don't know how to do it there is an excellent video on YouTube which walks you through it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYH1KZ_14uE

Also, Rich's Methods (His video's are ALL awesome) has a no solder method which is good for the more non techno among-us!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMAm0P04aGA

Good luck.  It really is an easy fix and your BOSE will be working great again.  I buy a lot of these sets on eBay and repair them to resell.  I can buy a pair for $10 & resell for $75 or more depending on the headset.  Some people don't want to be bothered fixing them and will sell them for parts or repair for next to nothing not realizing they could do the repair themselves for next to nothing.

God Bless,

Maegi

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