#1
And now the right one isn't as loud as it used to be. It still makes some noise, but not as much as it should. Is their anything I could do to fix them?
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#2
Get new ones.

/common sense
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#4
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Spill some water in the left headphone so that they're both making relatively the same amount of noise.

Problem solved.

That is a bad idea.

Meh, there goes another 50$...
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#5
let it dry and see how it is. Probably all it is is moisture making the cup of the speaker weigh more and thus not being able to move as easily. It should dry OK.
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#6
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let it dry and see how it is. Probably all it is is moisture making the cup of the speaker weigh more and thus not being able to move as easily. It should dry OK.

Well it happened 2 days ago, and I used a blow dryer on low and cool for a few minutes, but I'll wait a lil bit longer.
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#10
Theres really not much you can do for that. The water might have dissolved something soft in it, i had a pair where that happened and i had to get new ones.

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#12
Its probably a bit dumb to put them in your ear because:

electricity + water + right next to brain = you/0
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#13
I fixed it by sucking on the speaker. Ooooh yeah!
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#14
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I fixed it by sucking on the speaker. Ooooh yeah!



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#15
Should have yanked them from the plug as soon as you could.

I left my skullcandy in my pants and my mom washed them.

It was for the better though, no damage, just cleaned the earwax that builds up in them (anyone with skullcandy will know what I'm talking about).

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Its probably a bit dumb to put them in your ear because:

electricity + water + right next to brain = you/0


I doubt those headphones have enough ampage/voltage to do any damage to him...