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Q: Head phone repair in China

Does anyone know a place that fixes headphones? I got a nice set of headphone that the right ear keeps cutting out, something is loose around the 3.5mm jack that plugs in. I need a place I can mail them to. The town im in I cant find a place that does this since its so small. I was hoping someone could send me a link to a website or company that does this. They are really nice and I dont feel like spending 2k on a new pair. If anyone knows a place or could find a place for me that would be great. Thanks

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After 3 years of usage, the recharable battery on mine went kaput, and could not find a replacement or any one willing to solder it if found.  Was told that they are made to work 2 to 3 years, then throw them away and buy a new one. 

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