Question about Motorola Mobility H500 Wireless Headset
The button might be sticking from use, with a small flathead screw driver carefully pry off the silver part above the button area close to the charging port, you will see 2 tiny screws, next carefully with a tiny flat head screw driver, remove the cap over the bluelight area (the one with the symbol "M") and there is another tiny screw there. open it carefully and once open inspect closely the area that holds the button assembly and see if the contact point is either ripped or dirty or if the rubber is just not flexing anymore....
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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