Introduction

The slide adjustment lets you make the headset more comfortable. If it malfunctions, you can replace the slide adjustment mechanism in your Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Seven Headset with this guide.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Remove the two 1.0 cmTorx T6 screws using the matching Torx T6 screwdriver.
    • Remove the two 1.0 cmTorx T6 screws using the matching Torx T6 screwdriver.

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  3. Insert the spudger into the gap between the leather and plastic.
    • Insert the spudger into the gap between the leather and plastic.

    • After making sure you have a good grip, use the spudger to pry the two plastic pieces apart.

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Conclusion

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

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What if the plastic part that connects the earphones to the headband breaks and is there a way I can fix or replace that ??

jamesfalduto - Reply

I really don't want to buy another turtle beach headset

jamesfalduto - Reply

James did you ever find a solution because I have the same problem

Commandcorps - Reply

Same problem here commandcorps.

adampm1 -

Same problem… plastic slide adjustment broke… contacted turtle beach and haven’t heard back… it should be an easy fix but can’t find the parts anywhere thus far…

Jim Davis - Reply

Same here the slider broke on me and I really like my tb 500p i have had them for a couple years can't find replacement parts my fix was to take a 2mm thick piece of metal adjust the headphones where I wanted them and cut the metal piece to fit against the slider going the complete distance from the main part to the part that sticks out on the ear piece and then used black duck tape to hold it in place

max headstrong - Reply

I should also note that if done correctly it should be almost like putting the metal piece in a slot. Also I messed around seeing what worked best and it's best to put the metal piece on the outside of the headset so it pushes inward. Doesn't work so good if you put it on the inside let's see oh yea just in case it wasn't implied you also need to bend the metal to either match the curvature of the slider or curve it a little more for a tighter fit. Let me know if this.has helped any of you out I'd love to hear back on this subject

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