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Transmitter not turning off or reseting.

I cannot reset, or turn off my transmitter. I've waited a couple of hours trying to make it run out of batteries, but it seems that it does not want to turn off.

Also, when on the light blinks blue and red over and over, in no pattern, just blinking.

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  • NoJoBuSu Mar 19, 2008

    Sorry, worded it wrong, it already is rapidly flashing, yes it is a bluetooth.

    I released it about an hour ago, and it is still rapidly flashing?

  • arnelsami Jun 14, 2008

    the transmitter wont turn off, the red and blue light on the transmitter is on.. i cant reset it, i tried holdng on to the button many times it wont blink or turn off... what can i do?

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Is this a blue tooth headphone..if yes...if it is, hold down the power button until the led rapidly flashes and then relase the button

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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    Sid B Mar 20, 2008

    flashing means it is trying to connect to the BT source..keep the pwoer button depressed..this goes both ways when you turn it on or off. Try releaseing the power button when rapidly flashing. it should flash a few more times before turning off..

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