I have a headset USB which has a thick cable and then changes to a fine cable which goes into the headset - well the wires are loose in the headset where the fine cable interfaces with the ear piece - how do I pull the ear piece apart?
I figured out how to remove the headphone clip without causing cosmetic
damage to the headphone casing. Unfortunately for me, this was after I
had scratched up the casing already. Anyway, to avoid the cosmetic
damage, use some kind of plastic tool, like a plastic spoon. After
pulling off the headphone cushion, you will see the aforementioned 4
slots. Carefully slip the handle end of the spoon underneath one of the
slots(not through them), and apply gentle pressure toward the center of
the speaker. Do this for each of the 4 slots, and the tabs should
easily come loose. Hope that helps.As for figuring out how to get the
headphone to work, I'm waiting for that solution myself. The right
headphone is out, but the left one works, none of the wires are loose,
so the damage must be from my nephew being careless with the headset
cable, and probably tugging on it once too often. Don't let your 15
year olds use your headsets, if they tend to be clumsy :)
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This depends on the platform you are using. If it is a Mitel 5000 it could be headset mode. Try feature code 317. To toggle it off. If it is a 3300 system you need to call your provider. Need a little more info on this one. What is the model of the base controller? 5000 or 3300? Could be the phone. Swap that out.
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First remove the headset cord from the headset jack. That is
only used for corded headsets. Plug the short cord into the jack where
the curly cord had been plugged into. The curly cord is now going to be
plugged into the base of the charger where the picture is of a
handset -- the curly cord goes there. There is a A/C adapter that is
plugged in to base that is now plugged into the wall.
it is likely the phone is in headset mode. If you've got a headset button programmed, then it should be lit.... if so, press it and it should work for you.
If you don't, you might be able to use the blue superkey to either turn off headset mode or set a button. Press the Blue superkey, Press an unused button in the two rows of buttons. Press the "Change Key" softkey (under the display). Press No until you see headset key... press Yes. Press the superkey again to get out of the programming. Now that you've got the key programmed for headset, press it, if it's lit, press it again. Test your speakerphone. If this doesn't work, I believe you would have a defective phone and should report it to your system admin or telephone system vendor for repair/replace.
Are you referring to the Mitel Cordless handset or headset? The handset and headset must be paired to the module on the back of the phone. Press and hold the button until the display indicates pairing. Then press the Answer button on the handset or headset.
I'm sorry for being long on my answer here... The bad thing here is that the CS60 is not a Mitel approved/supported
headset. The only headsets that are approved for Mitel Superset or
Mitel IP telephones are the Plantronics Polaris model.
BUT many other headsets do work with Mitel telephones. Since they are not "supported" by Mitel, you should contact the headset manufacturer for configuration guidance. Some have dip switches, or dials that need to be in certain positions to work with certain telephone models. This can be different from one phone to another.
Plantronics web site and their support people should be able to guide
you to configuring this headset properly for each model phone.
How is the headset and handset connected? It sounds like the CS60 is connected to the handset port of the phone and the handset is connected to the CS60. When you go off hook with the handset, it sends the signal to the CS60 and depending on the switch on the CS60, it will send the signal to either the handset or the headset.
The CS60 is connected to the handset port and the handset is connected to the headset port. To make the headset port work, you must have the CS60 connected to the headset port and the handset connected to the handset port. Set the phone to Headset mode.
You should be using a plantronics a-10 interface cable if you are using hardwire headsets. get rid of the m-20 amplifiers. I support 280 of these phones and the best solution is to replace the phone. Power cycling the phone will help for a while but the problem will come back.
Handset shows DISCONNECTED.
On Logitech support page lookup document 6674 (search).
Boot computer with minimum og services and programs running.
Start Logitech handset program - this starts skype.
the handset will disconnect.
As soon I start the new LIVE MESSENGER BETA - the hanset disconnect.
Therefor I installed a msn messenger extension in Skype extras.
This gives me the opertunity to use msn messenger without using the LIVE MESSENGER PROGRAM - if I do - Logitech Handset will not work.