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Custom in-ear cable falls out easily

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I have a cheap pair of Kozee in-ears. They were under $200 with mold kit and I have been VERY happy with them.

 

1. The cord turned green (which I hear is normal for clear cords?)

2. The cord slips out easily.

 

I pretty much only use them for mowing anymore, but am wondering if there are any tricks to get the plugs to stay in (other than glue). Would a replacement cable help?

 

Planning on upgrading to 1964s for stage, but want to keep these for mowing.

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not sure if this photo helps

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bump - in case anyone has suggestions for keeping the cable in other than glue?

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Without getting too aggressive, some members here have taken out a pair of needle-nosed pliers and GENTLY squeezed the pins on the cable so they flatten a bit and therefore fit a bit more sung...

 

Yours have been bent a bit and your sockets may have opened up - could be the only way other than re-terminating the cable with larger pins...

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