My right airpod stopped playing sound a few months ago. I decided finally to say “whats it gonna hurt at this point?” and pried open the buds top with a FINGERNAIL, got my finger between the crack and slid across, broke up the glue a bit and was able to open it like a clamshell. I then proceeded to gently slip a tweezer tip between the driver and the top part of the bud, successfully revealing the driver and the underside of the mesh. I was playing music at the time so I covered the sensors and had a listen and it was playing loud and clear. I then pushed the driver back into place (removing a bit of glue that was in the way) and snapped the top back on to the stem. They come apart just like the earbuds. While I dont have the glue to keep it together permanently, I believe the friction will just be enough. It doesnt move around at all and ive already dropped it a couple times without issue. They continue to sound great now that ive done this. Nothing was damaged in the process aside from said glue.
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