Is there an easy and inexpensive way to fix a tip-less plug?
I have some headphones that I would like to hold onto. A pair of Panasonic RP-HTX7 lime green. They were my first foray into audio world.
Unfortunately two years ago I stepped on it. Initially I thought the damage wasn't that bad. But I noticed that I was occasioninally having one side or the other cut out. I found out it would happen depending on how the cord moved. The tip of the plug was loose and was causing it to lose contact with the base. This continued until it fell out completely from the sleeve.
I don't have the tip for the headphone jack for this pair but I do have other pairs of devices that I could pull it out from. If I did that is there a way I would just slide the tip in and have it work? Would I just put some form of adhesive inside and shove it in?
Everything else on this pair is completely fine so I'd like to be able to fix it without cutting wires.
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