I evidently dropped my Motorola H700 Earpiece and lost Mic Cover
Is there some where that I can purchase the mic cover? This is the small triangular like piece that faces your skin when you have the earpiece on. It covers the mic. I can't seem to find it anywhere and thus you can see the insides of the mic and it moves around and causes static when I speak. Help!
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I used a sharp push pin to wedge between the inner and outer halves of the mic. Once you get it started, just keep working around it until it pops off. If you need to remove the mic arm from the headset, squeeze or pry the metal hinge spring clip together to remove, then gently tap to remove plastic bushings that the spring clip retained. Reassemble in reverse order.
If you carefully pry open the mouth piece (start at the hinge) you will most likely find a small piece of black fabric looking stuff covering the mic. just pull this off as it is not needed it is meant to be glued inside the rubber piece. Chances are it got left in a hot car and the glue heated up and fell off and got stuck to the mic.
Ok here is the answer. There H700 have a small foam windscreen inside over the microphone that over time block the sound. The answer is to carefully open the unit and remove the obstruction and clean residue from the microphone and it will work like new. here is a link to pictures and instructions. http://www.geocities.com/jconkwright/H700fix.html
To successfully pair the Motorola 700 with the Centro: Select Bluetooth from the Home screen. Select "On". Under "Visibility", select "Visible". Now click "Setup Devices". Click "Hands-free Setup" On the Motorola earpiece, with the flip-out mouthpiece in the closed position, press and hold the multi button until ring around it glows purple. Flip open the mouthpiece. Now click "Next" on the Centro's screen. The Centro should find the Motorola. Hold the Motorola to the right side of the phone if you have difficulty getting the Centro to find it. Once found, click the Motorola H700 listed in the window and click "OK". The Centro will ask for the device password. Enter 0000. Be sure that the checkbox for "Add to trusted device list" is checked. Click OK. The two devices should now be paired to work together and the Motorola's multi button should rapidly blink blue; NOW click "Done". You will be taken to the Trusted Devices screen. You will see your Motorola in the list of Trusted Devices. Click on it to highlight it, if it is not already highlighted. Click the menu drop-down key (located to the right of the ALT key). You will now see a drop-down at the top of the screen that says "Connect". Click the "palm" center button on your Centro. NOW the two devices are connected. The phone name will now be bold, and a small Bluetooth icon will appear to the right of it. When you click the Phone key on your Centro, you will see a tiny blue headphone symbol now at the top right of the screen where the Bluetooth icon used to be.
To use the earpiece: Flip it open and hang it on your ear. Dial the number you want to call on the phone. Press the multi button once and now you should be connected via the earpiece. To receive a call, when your Centro rings, press the multi button once.
It took me a few hours to figure it out. Hopefully you can do it in a few seconds.