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[Q] How to replace headphone cover flap!?

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6th January 2014, 05:06 PM   |  #1  
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How to replace headphone cover flap!?
my flap has lost the rubber thing,

Thanks in Advance,
6th January 2014, 08:49 PM   |  #2  
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First buy a new port cover, i bought the whole package at witrigs.com a while back after the rubber ring was broken.

Second, take a paper clip and flatten it with a hammer, see pic.
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Then stick the paper clip in, along the side where there is a kind of barb. Do this carefully till you reach the point where you can't push it further.
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After you pushed the paperclip in pull the cover out by pulling on the cover and at the same time loosen the paper clip.
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I hope this helps.
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First buy a new port cover, i bought the whole package at witrigs.com a while back after the rubber ring was broken.

Second, take a paper clip and flatten it with a hammer, see pic.
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Then stick the paper clip in, along the side where there is a kind of barb. Do this carefully till you reach the point where you can't push it further.
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After you pushed the paperclip in pull the cover out by pulling on the cover and at the same time loosen the paper clip.
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I hope this helps.

Mmh thanks, but how can I get the New one in??
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16th January 2014, 05:55 AM   |  #5  
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Mmh thanks, but how can I get the New one in??

http://www.witrigs.com/replacement-p...xperia-z-black
16th January 2014, 02:41 PM   |  #6  
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whoa good share indeed! hwz's hinata76
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I mean how can I place the new one? You only told me how to delete the flap=P
18th January 2014, 03:45 PM   |  #8  
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I mean how can I place the new one? You only told me how to delete the flap=P

Well, as the end of the plastic strap is a barb, I assume you just push it into the slot and that's it.

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