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Motorola s10-HD There is now no sound in the right speaker. I have unpaired it to my Mac (OS X Mountain Lion) but there is still no sound in the right speaker. I just reset it according to Motorola's instructions. However, I did notice that upon reset, once the blue light was on constantly and I released the buttons, the light stayed on. I finally hit the power button again to try to re-pair the headset. When that happened, there was no change: still no sound in the right speaker. I have not been able to fully delete the profile in OS X. Any ideas on that? Thanks, Justin

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