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Cannot seem to pair Samsung WEP180 to second phone

Paired fine to Samsung SGH-D500. Also use Samsung SGH-G600 and this phone fails to detect the headset. Follow all the normal procedures. Fails to detect even when I have unpaired the D500. Can you help please? Thanks v much

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First try to pair with the computer and try

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In standby mode, press Menu. Highlight Applications and click Select.
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