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Fix Your Logitech H760 Wireless Headphones Before They Become Worthless

Posted by Russell Wright on January 28, 2014

If you’re like me and have a pair of these fairly expensive ($60-$80) Logitech headphones, model H760, you might find their weakness is in the plastic that is part of the headband that connects the headphones together.  Many people have issues with the plastic breaking, rendering them useless.  If you contact Logitech and have a receipt, they’ll probably replace them for you because they’ve had so many complaints. 

I couldn’t find my receipt so I "fixed" them using some tie wraps as shown.  There was enough left of the plastic this seems to be holding.  If you don’t have one of these tie wrap guns,  67076 Adjustable Cable Tie GunI’d suggest you get one for all the "rigging" you do around your home.




One Response to “Fix Your Logitech H760 Wireless Headphones Before They Become Worthless”

  1. Jen said

    The zip tie solution may work even if the headset has already broken. Mine broke before I found my way here but I still managed to get a zip tie over the cracked part. Weak point seems to be at the side with the size adjustment slider where the screws connect. The zip ties along with some super glue seems to have repaired mine (for now at least).

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