Question about Jabra T610 Consumer Headset
Ive got a jabra bt200 that does not charge i dont get a continuous blue light it just flashes when i move the charger can anyone help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a way to fix this problem but i ain't easy...
The JX10 has a pretty dumb intelligent charger, it won't charge the battery when it's below a certen voltage so you have to temporarily "boost" the battery for the charger to pick up the charge process again...
You have to open the front cover of the JX10, peel out the battery and remove the tape from the battery to reveal the battery connectors.
When the silver foil plate connectors are visible you have to connect the charger and then connect 3 double A battery's (taped together or something) (total 3.5 volt) with the foil connectors for just 5 seconds. Mind the polarity! When you do this you will see after a couple of seconds the red charging light will lid! When the red light is on, disconnect your home-made "boost battery's" and the charger will charge the battery again!
It's a pretty hard job becouse of the tiny parts but is't worth the try...
And remeber to charge at least every month or you have to do this trick again!
Posted on May 19, 2011
I had the same problem, called support, they told me battery is defective or too old and doesn't accept the charge. Battery in a headset is hardwired and can't be replaced, so the whole thing is trash :(
Posted on Jul 10, 2007
SOURCE: jabra bt160
The Jabra BT160 is ready to wear on your right ear. If you prefer the left, gently flip and
rotate the earhook 180°. (See fig. 2)
For optimal performance, wear the Jabra BT160 and your mobile phone on the same side
of your body or within line of sight. In general, you will get better performance when
there are no obstructions between your headset and your mobile phone. (See fig. 5)
Answer a call
• Tap the answer/end button on your headset to answer a call
End a call
• Tap the answer/end button to end an active call
Reject a call (Dependent on your phone supporting this feature)
• Press the answer/end button when the phone rings to reject an incoming call.
Depending on your phone settings, the person who called you will either be
forwarded to your voice mail or hear a busy signal
Make a call
• When you make a call from your mobile phone, the call will (subject to phone
settings) automatically transfer to your headset
Activate voice dialing (Dependent on your phone supporting this feature)
• Tap the answer/end button. For best results, record the voice-dialing tag through
your headset. Please consult your phone’s user manual for more information about
using this feature
Redial last number (Dependent on your phone supporting this feature)
• Press the answer/end button
Adjust sound and volume
• Press the volume up or down (+ or –) to adjust the volume (See fig. 1)
5 How to...
Before you use your Jabra BT160, you need to pair it with your mobile phone.
1. Put the headset in pairing2 mode
Make sure that the headset is on.
Press the answer/end button and press the volume up (+) button at the same time,
until a solid blue light comes on.
2. Set your Bluetooth phone to ‘discover’ the Jabra BT160
Follow your phone’s instruction guide. This usually involves going to a ‘setup,’
‘connect’ or ‘Bluetooth’ menu on your phone and selecting the option to ‘discover’
or ‘add’ a Bluetooth device.* (See example from a typical mobile phone in fig. 4)
3 Pair it with your phone
2 Turn on your headset
• Press the answer/end button to turn on your headset
• Press and hold the answer/end button to turn off your headset
Charge your headset
Make sure that your Jabra BT160 headset is fully charged before you start using it. Use
the AC adaptor to charge from a power socket. Connect your headset as shown in fig. 3.
When the LED is solid blue, your headset is charging. When the solid blue LED turns off,
it is fully charged.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Not sure if this is a solution or if it occurred by chance. Like many on here, I put my Jabra JX10 away for a few months while not using it. The time come for me to need it once again and found that it was dead. Made an attempt to charge the unit with negative results. The unit would only show a green "charged" LED indicator as if the unit was fully charged. I tried plugging the unit into the charger multiple times, and took the cradle out of the loop and just used the AC cord alone. Still with the same results. I pulled the outside cover off (slowly), to be sure not to break the small fragile tabs that hold it in place. The battery takes up majority of the space. Removed the battery but DID NOT disconnect from unit. Plugged the charge cord into the unit and immediately got a red LED charging indicator. While charging, placed the battery back inside and put the outside cover back on. The unit continued to charge for a little over an hour before the green LED "charged" indicator came on. I used the unit throughout the day to test it with no problems. Not sure what removing the battery from unit did, especially when it was not disconnected, but it worked. I hope to see similar results.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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