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Pairing Motorola H12 Bluetooth Ear Piece with Vtech LS6245 Home Phone. It seems to power up, pair ( flashing blue/purple ), and indicate it is connected ( slow blue pulse ). Volume is on max, tones indicate so, but when I make or receive a call I get no sound out of the earpiece. So it indicates it is working but I can't hear or talk into it. Vtech phone found the device and lists it in its devices as active. Manual is very sketchy. I purchased this at Costco on a whim. It looks like it works but is in MUTE mode or something similar. Any ideas?

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I have had this problem as well. Just to recap the problem. When you push the talk button and it turns purple, then you flip the speaker boom the unit starts flashing blue and will not pair. If this is the case then you should try unclipping the ear piece on the unit. Then repeat the pairing feature on the unit only this time hold the unit open with additional force. Not so much that you break the speaker boom, but enough to help the unit make a connection when it is flipped open. The problem with these units is that sensor inside does not always make a good connection especially after time and use. This should resolve your problem.

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This happens only when the speaker itself is bad or damaged or bad. The only thing you can do is replace the Speaker (if it's possible from the Motorola Service Center) or if it's still under warranty, claim it.

I am sorry to say this, but if you don't have idea on how to replace or where to find the spare, it's not possible to Fix It Yourself and never a recommended solution if you still wish to get it worked. Most frustrating thing is that this speaker type isn't available in the market except at the Service Centers.

If you need further help, let me know.

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    I have had this problem as well. Just to recap the problem. When you push the talk button and it turns purple, then you flip the speaker boom the unit starts flashing blue and will not pair. If this is the case then you should try unclipping the ear piece on the unit. Then repeat the pairing feature on the unit only this time hold the unit open with additional force. Not so much that you break the speaker boom, but enough to help the unit make a connection when it is flipped open. The problem with these units is that sensor inside does not always make a good connection especially after time and use. This should resolve your problem.

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