Question about Motorola Mobility HS850 Consumer Headset
I can hear someone talking but they can't hear me
I CAN HERE THE VOICE BUT THEY CANT HERE MY VOICE
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: Motorola HS850 Bluetooth
Whats most likely wrong with your HS850 is the connect button on the front of the headset (the larger oval chrome one with an inlay of a traditional phone handset on it)is stuck down. To repair this you will hold the hand set and pull up on lanyard attach point firmly. (This facia is held on by double sided tape). After pulling the facia you need to purchase or borrow a T-6 Torx bit to remove the screw that holds the headset together. Once you get to the circuit board you will see what the button and spring assembly are (all is is a round piece of foil and the "spring" is a piece of tape using tension to pull the foil up!) Reset the piece of tape so it does not rest on the board and reassemble that headset. Enjoy your HS-850
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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