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Pairing Issues I have a blackberry pearl with a Motorola H700 bluetooth. It worked for 7 months and for some reason lost the connection. I tried pairing it, but it keeps asking for numerical pass key. I tried the 0000 but no luck. Unable to connect. Any other ideas for me to get my BT paired with my cell? Thanks for your help.

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Try the passkey as 1234 and then try to connect.

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