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Logitech freepulse headphones not charging?

I charged the wireless reciever and the headphones. The reciever light comes on, but the headphones don't light up at all. They just suddenly stopped working.

Any ideas on how they could be fixed, or should I just have them replaced under warranty?

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  • edrama Jan 13, 2009

    i have this problem. i emailed logitech about the problem, but have not received a response yet. it's driving mw crazy.

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    same problem

    when you plug the headphones in to charge does the orange light flash then go off instead of staying on and charging?

  • sgotama09 Jan 31, 2009

    So it cant be fixed????

  • four5three Feb 19, 2009

    I have the exact same problem, just started happening out of nowhere! One day they worked fine and then didn't work at all.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    AR headphones suddenly quit working. The red light on the charging station is blinking, but the batteries seem to be weak? Is it time to replace the batteries or is something else wrong?

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Same Problem, Headphones will charge but they wont turn on no matter what you do. Called, got them replaced, so I thought hmmm I can figure out what went wrong with the old ones.

It is the switch itself. The connection next to the charging plug does not make contact anymore. It is a weak point and after putting excessive force on the power button it actually twists the switch enough to beak the solder joint. DO NOT LIFT THE SWITCH ITSELF! Just solder the one next to the charging plug and it will be good to go.

To take them apart is a pain. Remove foam by pulling on it. Remove tiny torrx screw (CR VT-6, bit I used), then remove (actually pry up) silver "ring" at the point where the band meets the ear piece. Finally, pry apart at the band section. I used a razor blade. It is 4 tabs on the inside and is a pain, but came apart. Then take 2 screws out to remove the band and there is the board.

Solder the switch next to the light and charge plug and it is good to go.

Hope this works,

Ryan R. Gerner

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

  • Hadi Apr 09, 2013

    Thanks for the guidance Ryan. But, for someone who hasn't got any knowledge about soldering the process makes only a little sense. Please is there any way you can put a video on about this as I don't want to ruin what is left of my headphones (and of my hands with the use of razor blades).

  • Hadi Apr 09, 2013

    Thanks for the guidance Ryan. But, for someone who has no knowledge about soldering at all, can you please post pictures or a video about this as I don't want to ruin what's left of my headphones (or my hands with the use of razor blades).

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I had the same problem, the headphone is faulty and will be replaced under warranty.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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In rare cases, the FreePulse Headphones may loose synchronization with the receiver. If this occurs the following steps will re-establish the connection by putting both the headphones and the receiver in discoverable mode (actively searching for another bluetooth device it can connect to).  
Putting the headphones in discoverable mode:
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