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post #31 of 71

Is there something wrong with your hangar-top?

post #32 of 71

No, I fail.

post #33 of 71



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WTF!  That happened to my D5000 too.  Has anyone figured anything out about the fix?  I have Krazy Glued it in and it works for awhile but I'd like to fix it the right way.


Edited by chewy45 - 3/18/13 at 7:00pm
post #34 of 71
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WTF!  That happened to my D5000 too.  Has anyone figured anything out about the fix?  I have Krazy Glued it in and it works for awhile but I'd like to fix it the right way.


You can't w/o getting new rubber boot and resoldering cable to the driver. Check with Mark at Lawton Audio if he has parts to fix it for you.

post #35 of 71

The rubbers on mine fell out on mine as well.

post #36 of 71
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You can't w/o getting new rubber boot and resoldering cable to the driver. Check with Mark at Lawton Audio if he has parts to fix it for you.


I don't mind resoldering the cable to the driver, but I don't see the rubber boot listed as a separate part on the schematic.  I'll see if something might be available through Lawton or D & M.  I take pretty good care of my phones and it disturbs me if some rubber strain relief breaks and maybe the ear cup assembly parts in the future.  I really love the D5000 sound and don't feel the need to upgrade anytime soon.

post #37 of 71
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The rubbers on mine fell out on mine as well.


I've got quite a few e-mails out.  I'll let you know what the option are.

post #38 of 71
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Did we ever figure out which size precision nut driver is required?

+1. I have the repair parts just in case, but the nut driver is a puzzle.

post #39 of 71

Is there anyone who sells replacement headbands for the Dx000 line?

 

the headband on my D7000's is becoming kinda...wavy for lack of better description.  like the foam inside the pleather/leather is becoming warped a little.  It doesn't affect the comfort or anything; it just doesn't look good.

post #40 of 71

If any Canadians are wondering, Denon will only sell a bundle kit for 20$ plus shipping (not sure how much yet) through microland.  I'm in the process of ordering a kit, can't wait to fix my D2k's...been using Astro A40's.

post #41 of 71

After two weeks of nothing from Microland  I emailed the Denon USA person I was originally in contact with to ask if I could just order the parts I needed from the US.  A few hours later I received an email from the Microland employee which just said my order had shipped.  Checked my VISA to find a 39.20$ charge for what I was originally quoted 20$+ S & H for. 

 

At least getting the parts I needed for an out of warranty item only took a month vs. the two months I've spent dealing with Samsung replacing a defective monitor. 


Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/22/13 at 12:09am
post #42 of 71

The cap on my Denons fell off, and when I put it back on it isn't secure and will fall off again. I've tried 3 caps so far and they all do it. How do I get these caps on securely?

post #43 of 71

Can someone tell me how to pop-out the screw shown in this picture. Also id Denon still supplying the parts. I have an AH-D2000 with the screws hole that holds the cup in place stripped.

post #44 of 71

Can I get the whole band assembly this way? I have a broken pair of D2000s on my desk that I'm hella sad about.

post #45 of 71

Oh, and kasherkan, I strongly recommend using a tap and die set and simply retapping a screw hole through the piece of metal to make it 440 like a CD-ROM screw. worked amazingly, until someone sat on this pair.

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