Question about Motorola Mobility HS820 Consumer Headset
Hi! I thought my HS820 needed a charge, as it would not power on when pressing the MFB for 30+ sec. Plugging in the charger, no blue light to indicate charging :-( I read in the manual the batteries will wear down after time and should be "disposed properly". Think the battery(ies) are dead? How would one get a replacement or change it? Have also emailed Motorola. Thanks!!!
Toss it. They aren't replaceable. You have to break open the case (glued shut). Even if you opened it, the replacement would likely cost you what it would to replace the whole unit.
I'm in the same boat.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
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