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HELP! I Need to replace my Beats Studio 2.0 Earpads!

Hi. My brother borrowed my Beats Studio 2.0 Headphones. And when I got them back, I saw that the earpads were scratched and were getting ripped off. Can somebody help me by telling me how to replace them because I dont see anyway to take them off simply?

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@rickysangha98 this video should work for you. Wired and wireless come off the same way.

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Thank you sooo much. Now i can get them fixed

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You can use a blow dryer on low setting to carefully heat up the earpads, then use a plastic spudger and pry them off (there is only adhesive holding them on.) You can get replacements here: http://amzn.to/2c6XXpp or from apple.

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You can remove the earpads with a plastic spudger and a little heat from an blow dryer. They are only attached by adhesive strips, so you should be able to get them off relatively easy. You can get replacement from Apple directly or amazon here: http://amzn.to/2c6XXpp

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You can remove the earpads with the assistance of a blow dryer or other heat source and an ifixit plastic spudger.

Simply heat the earpads on a low heat setting, then pry with the spudger. They are only held on by a small amount of adhesive.

You can get replacements from Apple or Amazon here: You can remove the earpads with the assistance of a blow dryer or other heat source and an ifixit plastic spudger. Simply heat the earpads on a low heat setting, then pry with the spudger. They are only held on by a small amount of adhesive. You can get replacements from Apple or Amazon here: [http://amzn.to/2c6XXpp|http://amzn.to/2c6XXpp]]

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