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Earpiece failures...

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Anyone who's had their earpiece go kaput on them, & got it repaired, is it happy ever after, or has the fault returned?

I have read that these faults were simply due to the flimsy terminals loosing contact, quite possibly using the headphone socket repeatedly may have caused this. I also read of some people actually swapping them out for K850i earpiece, having better terminals / fit. I think someone had to file the plastic sides slightly to make a perfect fit, but then it was actually an improvement on stock.

Anyway I digress... I wouldn't like to do this myself, so... does it fail again after being repaired?

Thers's only so many trips to repair centre I'm willing to put up with....Great phone

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EDIT

No the fault hasn't returned. Great phone. I think something to do with the old earpiece having flat terminals & losing contact. New ones with springy terminals that remain in contact with the board.

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