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how to open Technics headphones, no screws apparently
maiki
post Jun 3 2012, 06:11
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After 6 years of flawless operation I need to open the headphones since a problem with lead has occured in the joint (?). The headphones are Technics RP-F350. Is anybody familiar how to open such headphones please? There are no screws inside and nothing can be stripped off. The only idea I have is to take out that "mount" somehow from the holes and then it might possibly fall apart... I am asking if there is somebody who have done this before...

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maiki
post Jun 3 2012, 20:21
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OK. I have managed to open them.

1. I had to strip down the black pads which are held with a rubber.
2. Then I had to take out the handle and be careful since there is a wire on one side.
3. Then I had to unclip the transparent part.
4. Finally I had to rotate slightly the black base against the golden cover anticlockwise. There are "rails" that lock them together.

Perhaps, steps 2 + 3 are not necessary but at least I have all the parts taken apart to clean them properly...

correction: steps 2 + 3 are necessary because that transparent part locks the rotation.

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