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H700 Battery Replacement - type & Supplier? - Motorola Mobility H700 Wireless Headset

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  • Anonymous Jun 14, 2008

    Battery wont stay charged

  • SuzaneSB Jul 12, 2008

    I bought the Motorola H700 to use with my new Sprint Katana DLX a few months ago. I have always had problems with it not staying charged more than 30 minutes. I took it in to the Sprint store immediately but they said I had to bring in the charger so they could check it out! So nothing happened. I wasn't sure if it was me or the device so I haven't taken it back yet. I wanted to check it out and be sure I was using it correctly first. I found that if I remember to turn it off every time I'm not talking it will last while I'm out but it's very frustrating to have to worry about time when it's supposed to provide 6 hours talk time and 30 hours standby. Anyone else have this problem?

  • howard_s Sep 16, 2008

    I have the same problem. I've charged it over night. It would run less than an hour when it starts to furiously beep in my ear for no reason. That is when my phone indicates that the signal is weak. It has to be the battery. I don't know how to open it to change it. Is there any help out there.

  • mlhh Jan 22, 2009

    I have had my H700 for nearly 6 months. Just this past week, it started not holding a charge. I charged the headset 2 hours using the AC adapter and as soon as I disconnect, the headset reflects orange. I have tried both the AC adapter and the car charger and have had the same results.

  • Olde yankee Mar 17, 2009

    Ditto, batteries don't last on these, and there is apparently no way to change the battery; is there???

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Well you can please follow the below step -
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  • Find the even **** on the bottom side of the unit, where the microphone boom is attached.
  • Place the edge of a flathead screwdriver along these slits, and twist gently back and forth until the unit opens up. Do not completely open the unit up, however.
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