Introduction

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To begin, locate the two screws on either side of the headband that are  connecting it to the metal track. Once the screws are located, use the Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the two 5mm screws.
  • To begin, locate the two screws on either side of the headband that are connecting it to the metal track.

  • Once the screws are located, use the Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the two 5mm screws.

    • Keep the screws in a safe place for reassembly.

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Now that the screws are removed, push the small plastic protector towards the closest speaker. Once the protector has slid out of its slot, pull it away from the bar until it pops off the track.
  • Now that the screws are removed, push the small plastic protector towards the closest speaker.

    • Once the protector has slid out of its slot, pull it away from the bar until it pops off the track.

  • Repeat for the other side.

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Using your thumb, slide the cushion on one of the two adjusting rails toward the closest speaker. Once enough of the cushion has separated from the rail, pull the rest of it off. Repeat the process for the other rail.
  • Using your thumb, slide the cushion on one of the two adjusting rails toward the closest speaker.

  • Once enough of the cushion has separated from the rail, pull the rest of it off.

  • Repeat the process for the other rail.

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Gently pull the headband away from the speaker component group as if expanding it. Continue pulling until it is completely off the track.
  • Gently pull the headband away from the speaker component group as if expanding it. Continue pulling until it is completely off the track.

  • Remove the white and red wires from inside the headband.

    • Be sure to keep the two speakers close together since they are still linked via the speaker wires.

  • Repeat for the other side.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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have any experience with the sony gold headset, i got two of them that broke in the same spot, right at the hinge

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