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Headphones change batteries

Headphone batteries not charging.
how to change the headphone batteries.

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  • Anonymous May 22, 2008

    how do i change the batteries

  • dankos3 Jun 05, 2008

    model 330 can't get it to take a charge

    any ideas?

  • shardgrave Jun 22, 2008

    H9 wireless headset won't charge

  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    the headset wont charge when i plug it up to the usb wire.

  • mik96 Aug 16, 2008

    headset wont charge when i connect it to the usb wire

  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    headphones will not charge

  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    my phones

  • mike021293 Sep 16, 2008

    my headphones wont charge

  • mike021293 Sep 16, 2008

    their make is insignia

  • parks44 Nov 10, 2008

    samsung wep410 having same problem

  • jopeh Nov 21, 2008

    My mobile express headset will not charge either. What to do? Get new charger?

  • Akhnaeton May 21, 2009

    Same problem here! :-(
    My WEP-500 apparently isn't recharging.  I've left it in its cradle since 7:30am till 2:50pm and hasn't turned blue yet.  At first the red light was blinking, now at least it's steady.

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi davea747

    What make and model of headphones are they?




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Mine were sent DOA by a very suspicious retailer, N1 Wireless (beware!).
The problem is they won;t take a charge. When plugged in, instead of a steady red light which turns b lue when the unit is charged, I get a flashing red light and no charge.
Before I hassle with them or with Samsung, I thought I'd see if anyone has a magical fix.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

  • nomesain Sep 13, 2008

    Sorry - it is a Samsung WEP500.

    Is there a secret "reset" button somewhere on this thing?


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Any luck with that model number??

Posted on Apr 10, 2008


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SOURCE: It appears that my battery

Even though you can use regular AAA batteries (that you would have to replace often), there is a huge convenience factor with using the charging cradle that comes with the Sony headset. A solution I found was that I ordered some 550 mAh AAA batteries through Ebay (they came from England and cost me $8 total for four batteries). To make the charging cradle work with the new batteries installed in the Sony headset you MUST use the bottom part of the plastic battery holder piece on the BP-HP550-11 battery pack (all you need to do is peel off the BP-HP550-11 label and the bottom half of the plastic battery holder piece slips off of the Sony batteries). Then just slip in the new AAA batteries into the plastic battery holder bottom and then insert into the headset. The reason why you must use the bottom of the battery holder plastic piece is because the plastic piece pushes on a little switch. This switch activates the charging mechanism inside the headset to enable the cradle charger to charge the batteries.

NOTE: I am not an electronics expert so I do not know if there would be any problem using other rechargeable AAA batteries (with higher mAh ratings). So I decided to be safe than sorry and ordered the 550 mAh batteries through Ebay.

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