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Will glue fix this?

>> No.69493824

superglue maybe, but it might break again

>> No.69493828

If it still works, probably.

>> No.69493853

>>69493699
theres that glue that are combined with 2 materials I dont know whats the name
but when that glue stay still it will turn into something like cement
I used that shit to fix a fcking big crack in my old trashy laptop and shit solid till today

>> No.69493871

>>69493853
Two component adhesive.

>> No.69493883

>>69493853
Epoxy

>> No.69493895

>>69493883
JB Weld + metal rod insterts

>> No.69493979
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69493979

>>69493699
>>69493871
>>69493883
pic related

>> No.69494034

Epoxy.

https://www.gorillatough.com/product/gorilla-epoxy/

>> No.69494065

>>69493699
use flex seal you fuccin nard.

>> No.69494073

>>69493699
No, you can trust me on this.
But a drill and two tiny screws could.

>> No.69494100

nope, tried this once with this
>>69493883
didn't work
the area is too small and tension too big

>> No.69494115

>>69494100
you need to do >>69493895
metal rods

>> No.69494130

>>69493699
Solder

>> No.69494152

>>69494115
I wasn't the original anon but had the same thing happen to me

then I just gave up and bought new headphones with better build (which could be repaired easier)

>> No.69494532

>>69493699
Is that an ATH M50X, OP?

>> No.69495605

Rubber cement will probably do the job

>> No.69495716

if you like those headphones just buy some sony mdr 7506s
much better build quality and are actually built to be repaired, being an industry standard and all that.
they fuckin come with a board that shows you every single part and the part name you can order it by

>> No.69495739

>>69493699
>audiotechnica
No point fixing. Just get beats.

>> No.69495747

No, nothing can fix the sound of those trashphones

>> No.69495795
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69495795

>>69493699
>>69493979
>plopping your fat ass on top of electronics

>> No.69495859

>>69495795
thanks nigga

>> No.69496383

Imagine spending 300+$ on some thing made of plastic

>> No.69498038

super glue+Metal rods on both side then wrap it with electrical tape

>> No.69498210

not worth fixing these. You got memed

>> No.69498381

>>69496383
about 100 if those are AT-50s. Great headphones.

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>>69493699
I had this happen to me and was able to fix it with a thin piece of metal, two screws, and a drill. Eventually I had to fix the other side, neither has come loose in the five or so years I used it afterward.

>> No.69498760

>>69493699
Fucking Audio Technica
Mine broke at the hinge, too

>> No.69498775

>>69498636
how did you remove the sticky matte surface?

>> No.69498816

Use a soldering gun to melt the plastic together...maybe put the tip of it on a staple and melt the staple inside to embed it in the plastic

Plastic soldering is a real art

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