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HANDS FREE 6300

MY 6300 HAS STOPPED WORKING WITH MY CAR HANDS FREE! I USED TO GET SMALL HEADSET APPEAR ON THE SCREEN THIS STOPPED. IT CAME BACK OCASIONALLY BUT HAS NOW STOPPED. I WAS TOLD IT MIGHT BE THE BLUETOOTH BUT IVE TRIED RE SETTING WITH NO LUCK... THIS HAPPENED ON ANOTHER 6300 I HAD. IT WONT WORK WITH A BLUE TOOTH HEAD SET EITHER. HELP....

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How many `paired devices` have you got in your connectivity settings.
Delete them all and search for a new device e.g: your bluetooth headset.
Best luck

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