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H700 automatically disconnects though fully charged

My bluetooth has worked perfectly for many months, then suddenly it began cutting off in the middle of calls, like it couldn't hold a charge. Now, after it has been fully charged and the light is green and everything, when I open the mic to connect with my phone as usual, the "Connected" screen shows and is immediately followed by the "Disconnected" screen. Upon opening, the light on the headset flashes blue once and but makes no further signs that it is functioning. If I hold the button down, the purple light comes on briefly, but still no change regarding it connecting to my phone. I tried deleting it's account on my phone (I have a motorola) but now I can't get the bluetooth to be recognized by my phone to reform the account. Does this just mean that my battery is dead, because the motorola website says that we shouldn't replace the battery.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    Exactly the same thing! Please someone have an answer. I just received mine.

  • fishdave Apr 18, 2008

    I have the same issue and what is happening is that the switch that turns on the headset is not keeping contact. If you push lightly on the microphone the unit should stay connected. I have not figured out how to fix it yet. I am sure that there is spring in the unit that has gotten weaker. It could also be a plastic clip that has worn down and is not appling enough pressure to keep the unit on. I am consdering taking it apart to see if I can fix mine.

  • studfiver Apr 22, 2008

    I have the same headset and it is brand new but the battery wont hold a charge. It will beep when on a call then drop it cause of the battery being dead. When i plug it in to charge the light is green. I have tried charging it all night and still same thing????

  • princesslj Sep 20, 2008

    I have a motorola h700. Fully charged. After talking for about 20mins it disconnects from cellphone. Call still connected to phone, but earpiece would not reconnect til next phone call. Why does this occur and how can I fix. Palm said "soft" reset of phone, but problem still continues.

  • H C Oct 12, 2008

    Once headset is charged it constatnly switch from connect to dicconnect

  • H C Oct 12, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have had my H700 for a while howerver every time fully charge it connect and disconnect constanly.

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I had the same problem. It does seem to be related to the battery. The solution--in my case--was to recharge the headset until the light turned green again and then flip it open and it hooked up again.

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