Question about Motorola Mobility H500 Wireless Headset
The problem is very simple to solve but will requir a little screwing and all that..........just follow the simple steps to solve the problem
the requirments: a #0, 1.4mm and 2.0mm precision screw, a blade or anything that can cut well and a super glue(anything that can hold two plastic together fast)
fist start by lifting the cover around the charger area(the cover which the call receiver is joined to), You should find two(2) screws there at each end, unscrew it.
you will need to lift both ends since they are lock but then just do everthing with care.
now lift the "M" logo sign where the led indicates(please be careful)
you should find a scew holding the cover together, just unscrew it.
now you are ready to take the covers off but in a gentle manner.
you should fins two main wirings: one connecting to the earpiece and the other to the mic.
trace that of the mic.
You should find it in an enclosed rubber casing, gently lift it up from the tip of the headset................. then you should find out that the mic itself is also enclosed in another soft rubber "housing"
You are going to start with the rubber housing.
gently with the blade cut it top of first in the vertical way to expose the mic itself.
you can also cut it in a circular way if you so wish.
the aim of this is to get raid of fungi which sometimes bulid up as time goes by and also to free the mic.(just a little bit).
right on top of the mic is a a little "filter" placed on top(this is where the fungi often build up)
you can choose to take it off completely or clean it and place it back.
Now the aim to free the mic is done.
it should receive sound and be very sensitive than usual.
now cover it up and don't forget to place the "M" logo where it was and stick it up inplace with the glue.
You are now free to enjoy your Motorola H500 bluetooth headset.
please do inform me of the outcome.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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