Question about LG Jabra A210 Bluetooth Adapter for Headset
Hello. I just purchase a jabra a210 adapter for my windows media phone that is not boothtooth compatible (go figure). When I brought the device home I plugged it into the charger and the red light came on showing it was charging but only stayed on for around 3 seconds. I read the instructions and they said the red light would stay on while charging but it did not. I charged the adapter for about 2 hours ( what the instructions told me to do). Once the 2 hours where up I unplugged the adapter and tried to power it up and nothing happend. I kept trying and the blue light never came on. I called the jabra company for support and they said that it sounds like a bad internal battery. I then returned the adapter back to the store and exchanged it. The new adapter that I got from the store turned out to do the same exact thing. Charged it forever tried to power it up and again nothing. I then went back to the store for the third time and had them open up another package and try to plug it in at the store and it did the same exact thing again. Red light comes on for a few seconds then goes off. I proceeded to take the charger and adapter home to try and charge it over night to see if that would help and this morning tried to power up the adapter and nothing happened. I tried calling jabra and they are closed for the weekend. Ugh I am so frustrated and I am pretty knowledgeable when it comes to electronics but at this point I am totally stumped!! Please help.
I contacted Jabra and they said this problem is due to a bad internal battery. There is nothing that can be done to fix it. So I returned it to the guy who sold it to me and got my money back. Purchased another from a different vendor, and this one works great. That's the only solution!
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
See another similar question with my more detailed answer, but it seems the battery must have some life to let the system charge. too low and the whole thing becomes dysfunctional. You can go in the case and hot wire the black wire over to the neg terminal on the battery (1/8" distance) to get some juice in the battery, then after 1/2 hour it will charge on its own (see details elsewhere). The red light must be on as proof it is charging. good luck
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
I had the same problem. I called Jabra; they said to mail it and the receipt to them and they would replace it.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
Dear jabrahelp...i have the same exact problem...did you get a solution? thanks.../jc
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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