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-Beats is aware of the Worn Micro USB Problem and has tried to fix it in the Beats 3 without much success. They say that their Warranty covers replacement with proper receipts. It is a Worn Micro USB Port on the Headset side of the unit. As stated in other comments Light Manoeuvring or Bracing MAY be able to get the unit to charge but these are short term solutions that will fail over time. Replacement is the only solution. Point blank is that it is a major flaw in a pair of $250 MSRP headphones. After my second set in less then a year with the same failed USB I have gone to Bose.
+Beats is aware of the Worn Micro USB Problem and has tried to fix it in the Beats 3 without much success. They say that their Warranty covers replacement with proper receipts. It is a Worn Micro USB Port on the Headset side of the unit. As stated in other comments Light Manoeuvring or Bracing MAY be able to get the unit to charge but these are short term solutions that will fail over time. Replacement is the only solution. Point blank is that it is a major flaw in a pair of $250 MSRP headphones. After my second set in less then a year, with the same failed USB, I have gone to Bose.

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Edit by: Jack Wright ,

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-Beats is aware of the Worn Micro USB Problem and has tried to fix it in the Beats 3 without much sucess. They say that their Warranty covers replacement with proper receipts. It is a Worn Micro USB Port on the Headset side of the unit. As stated in other comments Light Manoeuvring or Bracing MAY be able to get the unit to charge but these are short term solutions that will fail over time. Replacement is the only solution. Point blank is that it is a major flaw in a pair of $250 MSRP headphones. After my second set in less then a year with the same failed USB I have gone to Bose.
+Beats is aware of the Worn Micro USB Problem and has tried to fix it in the Beats 3 without much success. They say that their Warranty covers replacement with proper receipts. It is a Worn Micro USB Port on the Headset side of the unit. As stated in other comments Light Manoeuvring or Bracing MAY be able to get the unit to charge but these are short term solutions that will fail over time. Replacement is the only solution. Point blank is that it is a major flaw in a pair of $250 MSRP headphones. After my second set in less then a year with the same failed USB I have gone to Bose.

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Original post by: Jack Wright ,

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Beats is aware of the Worn Micro USB Problem and has tried to fix it in the Beats 3 without much sucess. They say that their Warranty covers replacement with proper receipts. It is a Worn Micro USB Port on the Headset side of the unit. As stated in other comments Light Manoeuvring or Bracing MAY be able to get the unit to charge but these are short term solutions that will fail over time. Replacement is the only  solution. Point blank is that it is a major flaw in a pair of $250 MSRP headphones. After my second set in less then a year with the same failed USB I have gone to Bose.

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