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Jabra bt 250v not charging or cannot use headset.

I have the same problem that another has. I reveiced a jabra bt250v, I put into the charger one flash of the light when plugged into the electrical outlet when attempting to charge. No light during charging so headset is not charged thus cionnioty use the headset. Need hepl with a solution with this problemm Thabnk you.

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Re: jabra bt 250v not charging or cannot use headset.

Try this link to help you on this site it is a battery problem

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Had the same problem with the BT250v 'connected' to my Nokia 6021. When connected to my notebook, the 250 did produce sound, so decided the Nokia was the problem. Fixed the problem by doing a full reboot of the phone like this:


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Jabra bt250v Indicator light doesn't remain on...

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