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I realize this is an old, seemingly dead thread, but I’ve spent the past few days looking for solutions to fixing this issue for my own PS Gold headset, and in searching through eBay for replacement parts this evening, a photo of one of them inadvertently taught me that the small, circular Left/Right indicators on the inner headband just above each earpiece are actually caps covering some screw holes! I haven’t really seen it mentioned anywhere else yet, so I figure I may as well leave that info here, in case it’s helpful to anyone else in future.
 
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You’ll want to use some fine-point tweezers or something to get under the outer edge of the cap (it’s kind of angular-shaped to conform to the cirviture of the band, so I recommend prying it from either the left or right side of the cap, rather than the bottom or top), and then it takes only a little wiggling to work it free and pop it out, but it’s not too difficult. Underneath that is just a small Phillips screw you can get at with a PZ00 screwdriver/bit. Then after unscrewing the screw, there you may have to wedge a jimmy or something along the seam to pop the plate off, but that also isn’t too hard to dohard, thankfully.[br]

You’ll want to use some fine-point tweezers or something to get under the outer edge of the cap (it’s kind of angular-shaped to conform to the cirviture of the band, so I recommend prying it from either the left or right side of the cap, rather than the bottom or top), and then it takes only a little wiggling to work it free and pop it out, but it’s not too difficult. Underneath that is just a small Phillips screw you can get at with a PZ00 screwdriver/bit. Then after unscrewing the screw, there you may have to wedge a jimmy or something along the seam to pop the plate off, but that also isn’t too hard to dohard, thankfully.[br]

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I was very nearly just going to try JC Rides’s solution of drilling some new bracket holes into the outer frame, but discovering these hidden screws makes it much easier to dismantle said frame around the broken hinge, without having to ruin the exterior of it with drilling. I just finished Gorilla-gluing the cracked hinge brackets back together (pictured above), and hope to see if that does the trick for now once the glue sets.

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I realize this is an old, seemingly dead thread, but I’ve spent the past few days looking for solutions to fixing this issue for my own PS Gold headset, and in searching through eBay for replacement parts this evening, a photo of one of them inadvertently taught me that the small, circular Left/Right indicators on the inner headband just above each earpiece are actually caps covering some screw holes! I haven’t really seen it mentioned anywhere else yet, so I figure I may as well leave that info here, in case it’s helpful to anyone else in future.
 
[image|2292213]
 
You’ll want to use some fine-point tweezers or something to get under the outer edge of the cap (it’s kind of angular-shaped to conform to the cirviture of the band, so I recommend prying it from either the left or right side of the cap, rather than the bottom or top), and then it takes only a little wiggling to work it free and pop it out, but it’s not too difficult. Underneath that is just a small Phillips screw you can get at with a PZ00 screwdriver/bit.[br]
screwdriver/bit. Then after unscrewing the screw, there you may have to wedge a jimmy or something along the seam to pop the plate off, but that also isn’t too hard to do, thankfully.[br]
You’ll want to use some fine-point tweezers or something to get under the outer edge of the cap (it’s kind of angular-shaped to conform to the cirviture of the band, so I recommend prying it from either the left or right side of the cap, rather than the bottom or top), and then it takes only a little wiggling to work it free and pop it out, but it’s not too difficult. Underneath that is just a small Phillips screw you can get at with a PZ00 screwdriver/bit.[br]
screwdriver/bit. Then after unscrewing the screw, there you may have to wedge a jimmy or something along the seam to pop the plate off, but that also isn’t too hard to do, thankfully.[br]
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I was very nearly just going to try JC Rides’s solution of drilling some new bracket holes into the outer frame, but discovering these hidden screws makes it much easier to dismantle said frame around the broken hinge, without having to ruin the exterior of it with drilling. I just finished Gorilla-gluing the cracked hinge brackets back togethertogether (pictured above), and hope to see if that does the trick for now once the glue sets.

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I was very nearly just going to try JC Rides’s solution of drilling some new bracket holes into the outer frame, but discovering these hidden screws makes it much easier to dismantle said frame around the broken hinge, without having to ruin the exterior of it with drilling. I just finished Gorilla-gluing the cracked hinge brackets back togethertogether (pictured above), and hope to see if that does the trick for now once the glue sets.

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I realize this is an old, seemingly dead thread, but I’ve spent the past few days looking for solutions to fixing this issue for my own PS Gold headset, and in searching through eBay for replacement parts this evening, a photo of one of them inadvertently taught me that the small, circular Left/Right indicators on the inner headband just above each earpiece are actually caps covering some screw holes! I haven’t really seen it mentioned anywhere else yet, so I figure I may as well leave that info here, in case it’s helpful to anyone else in future.

[image|2292213]

You’ll want to use some fine-point tweezers or something to get under the outer edge of the cap (it’s kind of angular-shaped to conform to the cirviture of the band, so I recommend prying it from either the left or right side of the cap, rather than the bottom or top), and then it takes only a little wiggling to work it free and pop it out, but it’s not too difficult. Underneath that is just a small Phillips screw you can get at with a PZ00 screwdriver/bit.[br]

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I was very nearly just going to try JC Rides’s solution of drilling some new bracket holes into the outer frame, but discovering these hidden screws makes it much easier to dismantle said frame around the broken hinge, without having to ruin the exterior of it with drilling. I just finished Gorilla-gluing the cracked hinge brackets back together, and hope to see if that does the trick for now once the glue sets.

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