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I have plantronic headset model CS55 the green light is blinking

My Plantronic headset model CS55 green light is blinking any ideal?
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Either the battery is low, or the unit is switched on.  If you're looking at the base unit of the CS55, on the right hand side there is a switch that either points to I or II.  If it's on II, your headset will be activated the second it is removed from the base.  If it's on I, it won't turn on, thus it won't turn the light on.  Check to make sure that dial is on I instead of II, and when you pick it up you shouldn't have that problem anymore.
If it's a problem with low battery you have to make sure that when you place the headset on the charging cradle that it's securely seated in there.  Also make sure that you clean the charging contacts (the brass-coloured contacts on the headset and on the base) about once a month with rubbing alcohol.

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If the Plantronics CS55 wireless headset shows that it is on, you have to make sure of the following things.

a. the green LED on the base turns on when you turn the call switch on from the headset.
b. the small green LED on the side of the headset is blinking.
c. the telephone headset is lifted from the cradle.
d. if the headset is not charging and the Amber light on the base does not blink when you place wireless headset on it; trying placing the headset more firmly.
e. If the headset is not charging and the Amber light on the base does not blink even after placing the wireless headset firmly on the charging cradle, you may need to change the battery.

Alternately you can try resetting the Plantronics CS55 wireless headset.

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If you have problems with the sound or connection of your Plantronics CS50, CS60 or CS55 wireless phone headset, you may want to try to hard reset it using the following steps:

Note: Ensure the IntelliStand switch (on the right side of the charging base) is in the - position and NOT the = position.

1. Press both the call control button and the listening volume/mute button for 5 seconds. When the indicator light blinks release both buttons.

2. Press the call control button again. The talk indicator light will again blink to indicate the headset is back to normal.

3. Disconnect the AC charger from the AC charging jack for 5 seconds.

4. Reconnect the AC charger.

Now give the Plantronics headset a try.

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