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Green light stays on....headset not turning on

I charged my headset overnight. The green light was on and when I unplugged from the charger, it stays lit. I have held down the power button for at least 30 seconds and it never goes out and the headset never turns on.

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  • dhlmchl Feb 02, 2009

    green light won't turn off after charging

  • dhlmchl May 11, 2010

    that is not the solution

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I have had no trouble with mine (3+ months of good use) until today. Same problem you had - green light won't go out, unit won't turn on. Jonsumer's solution got me to thinking, and this worked for me:

1. plug the charger into the wall.
2. plug the headset into the charger.
3. unplug the headset from the wall.

Plugging & unplugging the headset to charger multiple times had NO effect. It was only when I plugged it into the charger and unplugged the charger from the wall that the green light turned off and the headset began to work normally.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

  • macgyverdigi Sep 16, 2010

    Thanks willima, your solution worked A-1 for me :) ..quick

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I had the same problem with this headset i bought from BestBuy in FL last month. Since i live in Brazil, i would not have the chance to return the headset to the store during the guarantee, so i tried to get the problem solved my way:

1) I disassembled the headset with the help of a little screwdriver, taking off all the plastic parts carefully;

2) After i got all the internal parts exposed, i carefully sweeped the metal extremity of the screwdriver over each little metal pair of the electronic circuit, until a short circuit is created, reseting the headset.

3) The green light goes off and a blue light starts blinking. That means the headset is now ok and ready to be hooked up to a bluetooth device.

4) You´ll need the screwdriver to assemble the set again and yes, you´ll need a superbonder to glue the plastic parts back.



Posted on Sep 03, 2009

  • akinbof Feb 08, 2011

    Actually worked

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I managed to get the headset out of this state. I put it in the freezer to slow down the battery. This takes quite a while. I did this three times and plugged and unplugged the power supply several times. Eventually, it reset and has worked fine ever since.

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You can try installing a fresh battery. I have been in contact with the overseas supplier of these batteries and am offering them for $20 via PayPal once my shipment comes in. Please contact me at ebhammonds@gmail.com.

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The headset is defective take it back to the store you bought it from explain whats going on and they will replace it

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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