Question about Logitech FreePulse Wireless Consumer Headphones
The headset will not turn on, though the transmitter is fine. I squeezed the earpiece with the power button in on itself, and then firmly pressed and held the on button, and it popped on. This only worked once. I banged the earpiece with the On button while washing my car, but there wasn't even a scratch on the unit, and it seemed to work just fine. Any advice?? thanks david z
I actually tried the solution offered by "slautterback" and its working. Go figure....
Thanks for your help!
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
I had the same problem, but I fixed it. It's a very easy fix takes about five minutes. I don't think I need to post an instructable on this, but if someone needs photo-illustrated guide, I can do that.
Basically, the symptoms I had was that the on/off button worked but as time went on, i had to press it more firmly and harder. Basically the switch on the circuit board started to come off as I realized when I opened the headphones. Here are the instructions to open your headphones and fixing it.
1. Take the rubber thing that holds on to your ear, followed by the cushion on top of the speaker. They should just come right off by applying a small amount of force.
2. You should see a screw near the neckband, remove that. I believe its a torx six screw so you will need a torx 6 screw driver. Now, if you don't have one you can use one of those eyeglass repair screw drivers and try those.
3. Next, if you look closely near the on/off button (the silver plastic part) you should see gaps in increments. Take a flat head screw driver, and pry those spaces open, They should come right off.
4. Next, near the neckband and the speaker, there is a circular silver piece, that needs to be moved. Just apply a little bit of force or use pliers to push it back towards towards the neckband.
5. Now, slowly very carefully keep prying until the speaker gets separated from the headset pcb board.
6. Now, everything exposed, you should see a very tiny switch, that has started to come off. So taking a soldering iron solder the two ends of the switch.
7. Put everything back, and enjoy!
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
I have the same problem mine except mine just stopped working altogether for no reason. I checked the website and these things are supposed to have a 2-year warranty through logitech so I'm just going to try and get them replaced under warranty and unless anyone has anything better to do i suggest you do the same. Tyler
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
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