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Bluetooth problem; need i.d. number/code

I have a bluetooth H700 that has worked previously with another phone. I am trying to pair it with my new phone but can't get past the i.d number, as i don't know where i have placed the box and info. Can you please help!!!!!

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Hi,

Try 0000

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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By the way, if your headset's user guide happens to be missing, you can download it from this location.

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