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H700 Loosing Charge Quickly

I seem to be loosing charge, I think. I loose connection to my phone on and off at close intervals. I recharged the earpiece then worked fine. Reoccurs after only wearing earpiece for a few hours. Is this common?

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Re: H700 Loosing Charge Quickly

I think the normal talk time is around 6 to 8 hrs if your battery is holding less you probably have a unit with a faulty battery
how old is your headset

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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