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Skullcandy Lowrider Troubleshooting
Released February, 2012. Item Model #:S5LWFY-210. ASIN: B007SU0FP0
Cannot hear through headphones ¶
There is no sound coming from my headphones at all.
Cable is not plugged in fully to the device ¶
Check to make sure the cable is plugged into the device all the way. If it is, make sure the volume is ON, and turned up all the way. If the cable is plugged in all the way, and the volume is ON and all the way up, and there is still no sound, the wires could be faulty. Consider having the wires repaired using this guide on Skullcandy Lowrider Wiring Replacement
Drained/bad battery ¶
If the headphones will not work, they are not "dead", they run off the power of the device they are plugged into. Try multiple devices and make sure to follow above instructions as well.
Sound only working in one ear ¶
My headphones are only working out of one ear
Cable is not fully plugged into device ¶
Make sure headphones are plugged into device all the way. Follow above instructions as well.
Cable may be disconnected from non-working earphone ¶
If the cable is plugged in all the way, the device is ON, and the volume is all the way up and you are still only receiving sound in one ear, wires may be faulty. Check the connection between the wire and mute earphone by Determining Wire Connectivity for Skullcandy Lowrider
Ear pads are uncomfortable ¶
The ear pads on my headphones are uncomfortable on my ears
Headphones may be on wrong ¶
Make sure headphones are on correctly, with the R for right ear, and L for left ear.
Ear padding may be worn or broken ¶
Check to see if the original padding for the ears is still fully intact. If padding is broken or worn, use this guide for Skullcandy Lowrider Ear-pad Replacement