My iPhone6 has convinced himself that he has a helmet connected - how can I convince otherwise and return to the normal setting?

My iPhone6 has convinced himself that he has a helmet connected - how can I convince otherwise and return to the normal setting?  I tried turning it off and back on after awhile, but did not.

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Double check with a magnifying glass and a good lighting that nothing has been slain. Then, try insertion and withdrawal of your headphones a couple of times. If this does not work, it may be while the shooting went wrong. In this case, make an appointment at the Genius Bar at your local Apple store for the assessment.

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