I have a pair of (rather old) Grado PS-1000 that I really like but the other day, the sound from the right side started cutting out
If I wiggle the cable close to the right ear cup back and forth a bit, I can get the sound back so I'm quite sure it's just a loose/broken cable and that some soldering probably would fix it.
However, the driver is glued to the ear cup and even if I know that I would need to heat the glue, I'm a little bit hesitant to do this since I'm afraid to break something.
Moreover, I'm also not really sure what kind of glue I would use to put the driver back that would allow me to heat it up and fix it again (if needed)
I could of course try to send them to Grado but since the cable is a little bit too short for my taste, I was thinking that I might as well replace the cable while I'm at it so I started searching the internet but much to my surprise, I didn't find anything (or maybe I'm just bad at it) but in any case, there are plenty of re-cabled PS-1000s proving that the knowledge must be out there somewhere
Thus, if anyone could be so kind to share some simple instructions on how to remove and replace the drivers on the PS-1000, I would be eternally grateful (or at least for as long as the new cable lasts)