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Whites surfmaster PI DF - How to disassemble headphone?


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Was replacing broken rubber sliders, instead of pushing the old slider into the headphone, I tried threading a screw into it and removing it with vicegrips. The first time the screw tore out, so I tried threading it deeper but accidentally applied pressure which caused screw+rubber barb to fall into the headset and now it's rattling around in there.
Is there a way to disassemble the ear cup? It looks like it's press fit in place and was curious if there was certain area to pry at etc.
Attached is a picture of the earphone (with foam ear pad removed) also a pic of the controlbox to illustrate what unit i'm talking about.
I've asked around a few places and am searching in the mean time. I'll update if I figure it out in the mean time.
Thanks for your time gentlemen.


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Update: Problem solved

I used a small blade screwdriver to create a gap so that I could insert a slighter wider blade screw driver. I then gently rotated the blade left to right to twist apart the housing a bit. I removed blade and re-inserted along the seam and repeated until the adhesive broke free a bit. I could then spread the housing enough to allow the old barb to fall out. I didn't have to completely separate the housing, the top side adhesive is still intact, everything snaps back together tight and I cannot pull it apart by hand once I snapped it back together.
I did this to the other headphone as well just so I wouldn't have a barb kicking around inside making noise.

Attached pics, one showing the process and the other of the completed job. I think I routed the cables back to match the stock configuration, let me know if it looks wrong.



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