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Purple light on H700 will not stay lit

I just recently purchased the Motorola H700 bluetooth and I'm having a hard time keeping the bluetooth in pairing mode. I do the pairing as said, with pressing the call button till it turns purple, and then I quickly pull up the boom mic, but the light quickly disappear. I'm wondering if this is a defective device or is I'm doing something wrong. Please help because I brought this off ebay and I doubt it if I can return it. Thanks.

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  • Sarahdise Apr 21, 2008

    i've tried everything... and I can't fix it.

  • Anonymous May 16, 2008

    while the boom was closed I held a few seconds until the purple light can on and then i opened the boom and the light went off. I did this several time without any success. What else can I do?

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Same here idk what's going on with this type of device

Posted on Jul 23, 2012

I was having trouble with the same thing. The light would flash purple when closed, I opened and it stayed lit only for a second. Give it another second, I found it flashed off then came back on steady for pairing mode.

Posted on May 27, 2008

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I signed up JUST because this solution worked:

"Hmm this may sound like a stupid solution that doesnt work but what i did is...,

#1 I Held the button to make the violet light go on
#2 when the violet light is on dont just flip the boom mic, flip* the earpiece with it.

*note: when fliping the mic and earpiece, dont open slowly, flip it open fast and keep it there." I do want to note that my passcode was reset to nothing during my 3 months of troubleshooting.

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