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this works with the Samsung range quite well also but you must get the sequence correct - phone blue tooth active BEFORE you turn on the headset then press and hold the on button until the blue light stays solid blue.
I had the same problem. Red light would be on for a second, then nothing. This sounds like the dumbest, most obvious thing, but I started playing with the connections. Assumed it was the two contacts inside the box not touching, but that wasn't it. Finally wiggled the charger plug that goes into the hole in the box, and when I pushed it in really hard, tada, the red light went on and stayed. I still have to jam the plug in for it to work, but it charges the headset fine now. Must be a design flaw. If your unit is still under warranty, you might try to get a new charger with a better plug fit, if your problem is similar to mine.
Mine was doing this as well. I held the headset on the charger with the lid open and the red light on and then held the button down and the blue light flashed. I did a couple op checks and it works fine now.