Samsung WEB410 bluetooth headset won't hold charge anymore
Hi, I have a Samsung WEB410 bluetooth ear piece, had it for a while. It no longer holds a charge (pretty much at all). Is there any quick fix or repair that can be done to save it, or am I simply in the position of needing to replace the whole thing? Thanks for your help! -Claire
Re: Samsung WEB410 bluetooth headset won't hold charge...
Well if it holds no charge you will most likely have to replace it as it is the battery inside the bluetooth headset in otherwords the battery is buggered lol. do you still have the headset and the charging cradle?
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Does the unit still work despite the light not working? If so then the LED probably just burnt out. You cant really fix this withought a working knowledge and tools for sodering. Even still its so tiny and done by machine. If the whole unit doesnt work then it may just be dead. The batteries in BT ear pieces rarely last beyond a year. Holding the power button for ten seconds may reset it similar to a computer.
Yes it is perfectly safe. The easiest way to identify whether a bluetooth set is malfunctioning or unsafe is - HEAT. Normally batteries which are about to die or devices malfunctioning will heat up quickly when you charge it.
So unless you dont feel abnormal heat.. they are perfectly safe. Try to remove the BT earpiece when not needed. Your ear canal needs natural air flow. Blocking it with a prolonged use of a BT device could heat up the ear canal. That's where the problem starts! :-)
Hi,to complete the look of a tech-savvy, iPhone-using individual, you must have a Bluetooth headset to accompany it. You can pair any Bluetooth headset with an iPhone. The Motorola HS850 is no exception to this. Both Motorola and Apple's Bluetooth set-up process is fast, so you'll be talking with people through your new Bluetooth on your iPhone in a matter of minutes.
Charge the Motorola HS850 headset fully before attempting to pair. Usually, it takes two to three hours to charge the headset.
Press and hold the "Call" button (has a phone icon on it) on the headset for six to 10 seconds. The outside LED light will turn on indicating that the phone is in pairing mode.
Choose "Settings" on the iPhone homescreen.
Select "General," then "Bluetooth."
Select to turn Bluetooth on.
Wait for the phone to search for in-range devices.
Select theMotorola HS850 from the list of devices.
Enter the headset passkey to complete the pairing. By default this is "0000."
Sounds like you have a bum unit. Plantronics gives a 1 year warranty with every wireless product, I'd send it back.
Have you made sure that you're turning it on correctly? You push the call answer button and hold it down for about 3 - 5 seconds before it turns on, until the blue light turns on. Make sure that you don't hold it longer than that or it will go into pairing mode.
On my blackberry I have to turn bluetooth on. Then on the WEP 200 hold down the button untill you hear a series of beeps. The light should blink every so often once its on. Then go to bluetooth options and search for devices.