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Old 04-14-2018, 07:20 PM
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Default UPDATE-The yoke warped!

I finally flew with the repaired headset today. I left it on my seat while I ate breakfast. When I got back to the plane I found that the new yoke warped while the original didnít. I mean, it warped A LOT! So much so that I canít use the headset. It wasnít particularly warm (under 70 degrees) so this shouldnít have happened.

I sent Zachary an email asking if there are other plastics that donít warp he can use. Hopefully he can send me a new part. Iíll report back.
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Old 04-15-2018, 03:34 PM
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I bought a replacement yoke from Zack too. Worked great for a few flights. Then I noticed it had warped and no longer sealed along the bottom of my ear allowing noise in I picked up a used A20 to use for now. Bose was not very consumer friendly to me either.
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