Introduction

This is a simple guide to help users replace damaged or missing foam ear pads in their Xbox One Stereo Headset. The replacement should only take a couple of minutes, and only requires a metal spudger and a foam-safe, all purpose adhesive.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Insert the metal spudger between the foam ear pad and the black plastic speaker cover.

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  • Carefully slide the spudger between the ear pad and the speaker cover, along the seam, to remove the adhesive.

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Image 1/2: Using your fingers, carefully pull the ear pad out from the black cloth cover. Image 2/2: When reinserting the foam ear pad, you may want to use a foam-safe adhesive to secure the back side of the foam to the plastic speaker cover.
  • Be careful not to tear the cloth ear pad cover.

  • Using your fingers, carefully pull the ear pad out from the black cloth cover.

  • When reinserting the foam ear pad, you may want to use a foam-safe adhesive to secure the back side of the foam to the plastic speaker cover.

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Conclusion

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

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How do I glue/stick it back? =(

Dannylo - Reply

There is actually a much easier way to do this. Hold the ear cup in one hand with the plastic side down. Use your other hand to turn the pad counter clockwise until you hear a click. It should move no more than 1/4 of an inch. Now the two parts are separated and you will have access to the back of the large pad to replace the inner one.

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