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elephant
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elephant posted on Mon, Feb 12 2018 8:32 PM
The back portion seems to have lips that tuck into the portion holding the electronics. I am sure super glue is NOT the answer, however my big thumbs can’t seem to tuck it all back together again Sad

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Answered (Verified) Opman replied on Tue, Feb 13 2018 4:24 PM
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elephant:
Jeff:

 

Use rubber bands? No wonder I didn't recognize it, I've never seen a pair in real life. Is it the type of plastic a plastic glue like for models might work?

 

Jeff

 

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

 

 

Good suggestions.

 

The rubber bands could match the one in my ponytail Big Smile

 

 

However first step is a visit to the store tomorrow ... if I can find the purchase / warranty paper work !

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

Opman

 

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Answered (Verified) Opman replied on Wed, Feb 14 2018 9:52 AM
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elephant:
Opman:

 

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

 

Opman

 

 

I may have neglected to register Sad

If you purchased from  B&O dealer they should have registered your warranty on your behalf. Thats what UK dealers do as the system is automated.

 

If you want to PM me the serial number I'll be happy to check if it is registered for you.

Regards

Opman

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Jeff replied on Mon, Feb 12 2018 8:56 PM

OK, I give up, what is "it?"

Jeff

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Jeff:

OK, I give up, what is "it?"

Jeff

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

LoL

I should have called it the “name the B&O competition” !

They are my H5s which after serious usage ain’t what they used to be ...

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Jeff replied on Mon, Feb 12 2018 9:52 PM

Use rubber bands? Smile No wonder I didn't recognize it, I've never seen a pair in real life. Is it the type of plastic a plastic glue like for models might work?

Jeff

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

elephant
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Jeff:

Use rubber bands? No wonder I didn't recognize it, I've never seen a pair in real life. Is it the type of plastic a plastic glue like for models might work?

Jeff

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

Good suggestions.

The rubber bands could match the one in my ponytail Big Smile

However first step is a visit to the store tomorrow ... if I can find the purchase / warranty paper work !

BeoNut since '75

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Answered (Verified) Opman replied on Tue, Feb 13 2018 4:24 PM
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elephant:
Jeff:

 

Use rubber bands? No wonder I didn't recognize it, I've never seen a pair in real life. Is it the type of plastic a plastic glue like for models might work?

 

Jeff

 

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

 

 

Good suggestions.

 

The rubber bands could match the one in my ponytail Big Smile

 

 

However first step is a visit to the store tomorrow ... if I can find the purchase / warranty paper work !

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

Opman

 

Opman
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Opman replied on Tue, Feb 13 2018 4:25 PM

elephant:
Jeff:

 

Use rubber bands? No wonder I didn't recognize it, I've never seen a pair in real life. Is it the type of plastic a plastic glue like for models might work?

 

Jeff

 

Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list!

 

 

Good suggestions.

 

The rubber bands could match the one in my ponytail Big Smile

 

 

However first step is a visit to the store tomorrow ... if I can find the purchase / warranty paper work !

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

Opman

 

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Dillen replied on Tue, Feb 13 2018 8:16 PM

elephant:

The rubber bands could match the one in my ponytail Big Smile

Elephants don't wear pony tails.
Pics or it didn't happen. Laughing

Martin 

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Opman:

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

Opman

I may have neglected to register Sad

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Answered (Verified) Opman replied on Wed, Feb 14 2018 9:52 AM
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elephant:
Opman:

 

If you look very closely at the side of the in line volume control you will see the serial number of your H5's. As long as they have been warranty registered you shouldn't need your original invoice as the serial will be in the B&O warranty database.

 

Opman

 

 

I may have neglected to register Sad

If you purchased from  B&O dealer they should have registered your warranty on your behalf. Thats what UK dealers do as the system is automated.

 

If you want to PM me the serial number I'll be happy to check if it is registered for you.

Regards

Opman

elephant
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Opman:

If you want to PM me the serial number I'll be happy to check if it is registered for you.

Regards

Opman

Amazing - you are right - on the side of the inline volume control there is a serial number !

Not that I doubted you, but I could not see it, unless I took off my glasses, and then only with the worst eye, and then only when I squinted, and then only when I angled it for reflection !!

I have PMed you the number  thanks so much.

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