Well there's not much more to tell the charge port and the charge connecter seem to be losing the embrace to one another unless I find a position where it will stay on and keep charging but it's...
if there is any corrosion in your connections using a pencil eraser to clean the contacts could help. Just take an eraser (like on the back of a #2 pencil) and erase the corrosion from the contact points, both on the headset and on the charging dock. Once the contact points look like new, give it a shot ... this might clean up the power connection and help you out.
If the connection where the headphones meet the charging dock has a spring in it (usually on the charging dock side of the connection) then you might have a worn spring. Sometimes pulling on the spring loaded connector (VERY Gently, to stretch it back to where it should be) can help ... but this is a last resort method as if you pull too hard you can pull the connection too hard and disconnect it inside the dock.
If neither of these works, you will probably have to either bring it to a repair shop and see if they can help, or buy a new charging dock (though if the problem is on the headphone side a new dock might not resolve the issue. If you are able to find a position that you can sit the headphones on the dock that will still charge the phones, you probably just have a dirty or loose connection, though.
Jun 07, 2011 |
Logitech ClearChat Pro USB Headset