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Light stays on when i turn it on, cannot connect

Unplugged from charger and cannot connect to cell because blue light stays on

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For this headset, the Blue light should blink before you can connect it via Bluetooth.

Have you tried holding down the multi-function button of it for 7 seconds and then release it? If not, try that until the Blue light flashes. If it will not work, refer to the user manual of the headset or this could be a defective one.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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