Razer Hammerhead BT rubber issue

Discussion in 'Audio' started by carnophobia, Mar 5, 2018.

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  1. carnophobia

    carnophobia New Member

    Has anyone had any issue with the rubber buttons coming off? Mine started with a small pop then now, it's completely off. :slightly_sad: I can see the insides now.

    I really love this BT earphones. I've only had them for 5 months.

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  2. Ixith

    Ixith Member

    I've not had this problem and i've had mine for a little longer than you have had yours. Provided I don't have mine in constant use. Maybe an average of 10 hours a week at best for me. I hope it's not a common issue though...
     
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  3. carnophobia

    carnophobia New Member

    I actually use it a lot. Like at least 4 hours a day with gym and office use.
     
  4. Mottzilla

    Mottzilla Member

    I had some issues with the thumbpad on my 2012 mamba. Ended up cleaning up both really well and used RTV to reattach. Problem is when your sweat and oil soak in to the rubber the adhesive will lose its strength. You will have to be careful to not get any buttons with this method.
     
  5. Vicious12

    Vicious12 Active Member

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    I had same issue. I used Loctite glue. it looks ugly but it works.
     
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  6. Mottzilla

    Mottzilla Member

    Yeah I tried the superglue with my fitbit and learned my lesson. Seems like it will crack more an turns white when wet and drying out. RTV will keep the plastic pliable. Just not sure how the button/switches are set on this.
     
  7. razerica

    razerica New Member

    got mine in january this year. let's hope I won't have any issues with them...
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  8. jezrele

    jezrele New Member

    I've had the same issue 3 times already and sent mine back during past 4 months within warranty.
    Might try Motzilla's RTV cause the rubber is starting to get off again.
     
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