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TSchonbeck
04-23-2013, 03:33 PM
Hi,

6 months ago my wife bought a pair of Philips O'Neill Stretch SHO9567GN/10 headphones and about a month ago the bottom plug (the one that plugs into the for example the iPhone) began having a loose connection so that you can't hear to the full range of the music the bass part. How do I go about getting a new cable?

Philips - QK
04-24-2013, 05:56 AM
Dear TSchonbeck,

Do you mean the extension cable?
Please try to call our call centre to see if they can arrange that for you. Let me know if that doesn't help.

With thanks & regards,
Philips Moderation Team

rc1992
06-27-2013, 02:22 AM
Hi,

6 months ago my wife bought a pair of Philips O'Neill Stretch SHO9567GN/10 headphones and about a month ago the bottom plug (the one that plugs into the for example the iPhone) began having a loose connection so that you can't hear to the full range of the music the bass part. How do I go about getting a new cable?

The exact same thing has happen to my pair SHO9560 Philips O'Neill Stretch headphones. When I contacted customer care they required a serial number since i do not have proof of purchase as it was a present. How can I find the serial number looked everywhere for it? Thanks.

heartless.melody
06-27-2013, 08:12 AM
The exact same thing has happen to my pair SHO9560 Philips O'Neill Stretch headphones. When I contacted customer care they required a serial number since i do not have proof of purchase as it was a present. How can I find the serial number looked everywhere for it? Thanks.

It should be engraved on the unit itself. Most likely you should see 11, 12 or 13.

ivow
06-19-2015, 02:42 PM
Hi. The exact thing happened to mine. Have the Stretch in green and need the cable replaced.

I've contacted Philips Service in NL. They don't have any. Additional problem is I live in Spain and bought the headphones in Germany last year on a business trip. Philips Spain doesn't provide warranty as it's purchased in DE. I won't be in DE any time soon so that's not an option.

What to do? It would seem as easy as sending the bad one over and getting a new one in return, you know like new-style tech companies would do. But seeing as Philips works in silos (countries) it's proving to be very difficult. It's easy enough to buy a Philips product cross-border but not get service cross-border.

Can you help here?

thanks