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Turn off H730,
1) have you ever paired the H730 to any other devices? if so make sure those devices are turned off.
2) Next make sure that your phone has bluetooth featured turned on.
3) Turn on the H730, if there is no devices that the H730 headset can pair to, it should go into descovery mode, the headset light should turn a steady blue, and you should hear "ready to pair"
4) At this point go to your phones bluetooth options and search for bluetooth devices. The H730 should show up
5) It then should ask for a password, 0000
6) after entering the passcode the H730 should say pairing complete
Make sure that it is fully charged, usually takes about an hour to charge completely.
Although it's possible that there is an electrical problem in your car, it's more likely that the shock you're feeling is naturally occurring static electricity.
If your tires were replaced as part of the front end repairs, it's possible this is the cause. Cars naturally build up static electricity from rolling around on rubber tires (the same thing that happens when you rub a balloon on your hair). This static used to get dissipated through the tires to the ground -- however, new, fuel-saving tires with lower rolling resistance are made of a rubber compound that doesn't dissipate static electricity as well as the old stuff. (The price we pay for better gas mileage.)
The static builds up in your car, and then gets discharged through you when
you get out of the car and complete a circuit between the car and the
ground through your body.
One solution is to attach a ground strap to your car. You can buy these rubber strips from most auto parts stores. One end attaches to a metal part on your car. The other end drags on the ground and dissipates static through it, rather than through you.
You hit the nail on the head! Whats probably happened is that the ground wire on the coaxial cable is not making a good connection with the end piece and therefore not getting a full signal to the TV. Try AV cables good luck!