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Loose on ear

Is the head set suppose to be kinda floppy on ear or should it be tight when i lean over it flops

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  • srstipp Jan 04, 2008

    i have the same problem with this headset being very loose and wobbly on my ear, is there any fix?



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Had the same issue with a Motorola HS820. Motorola technical support was clueless. I finally detached the earhook as per the instructions for switching from right to left ear use. Soaked the earhook in a mug of boiling water (caution: boiling water can burn you) until it was soft and flexible, then bent the hook into a tighter curl, then held it that way under a cold stream of water until it set in the new, tighter shape. Replace earhook on headset. You may need to repeat this procedure from time to time.

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