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The red light just keep flashing on my bluetooth I have a motorola 720 this only about 3weeks ago jus fine now it just keep flashing red nd wen I take it off the charger no light...

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Bluetooth is plugged into charger but keeps flashing red light, dont know if its charging or not


I had the same issue -- charged it for days and still red light flashing. I was ready to break it open and see if I could replace battery. Then I looked on the opposite end of the charger and seen a little round hole thingy. I put the end of a pen in there and pushed it twice and -- the red light went away . Plugged the charge in and steady red then purple and now blue. Looks like that is a reset ..Try it -- it worked for mine.

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When my Motorola H720 is plugged in, the red light is flashing quickly, what could be wrong with this? It does not seem to turn on either....problems?


Red light flashes when I try to charge it and nothing all other times. Doesn't turn on, doesn't work. I pretty sure the problem is that it is a piece of junk.

Mar 17, 2011 | Motorola Mobility H720 89382N Bluetooth...

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Motorola S805 headset worked fine with T60 laptop


Solution I found with the same devices is to properly par the devices.

Refer http://direct.motorola.com/ens/s805/QuickstartGuide.pdf

It basically states :

1.Ensure the headphones are turned off (L indicator light not blinking).
2.Press and hold L button. After about 6 seconds, the L indicator light becomes steadily lit.
3.Release the L button. The L indicator light remains steadily lit.

If the L indicator light is flashing or not steadily lit, repeat steps 1 through 3

Now on the T60:

Search for Bluetooth Devices as you would normally.
The T60 lists Bluetooth devices it finds.
Select Motorola S805.
Select OK or Yes to pair your headphones
with your phone.
Enter the passkey: 0000
Select OK.
When your headphones successfully pair
with your phone, the L indicator light
changes from steadily lit to rapidly flashing.

That's it next time you start a audio program on T60 output will be sent to Motorola Headphones

Nov 13, 2009 | Motorola Mobility S805 Wireless Headset

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Krazor wldnt *** on


Sounds like it might need flashed. You can contact your service provider for that or call Motorola at 1-800-331-6456.

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my H715 motorola bluetooth headset mute is on and I can't turn it OFF! HELP!

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Ps3 wen turn on jus shuts off with the red light jus blinkn


It happened with my PS3 too, What I did, I sent to Sony and then They sent me a new one. If your PS3 is still in warranty, you should send to Sony Here's a LINK for online service request

Dec 09, 2008 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Tv wont turn on


i have a nlc-3204bc funai hd ready, the stand by light keeps flashing red on and on, can not switch it on

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Bluetooth keeps flashing


1. SWITCH ON THE POWERBUTTON BTHS AND PRESS THE PUSHBUTTON FOR A FEW SECONDS UNTIL THE
LIGHT STOPS BLINKING.
NOW YOU CAN SEARCH FOR THE BTHS. AFTER SEARCHING PAIR IT ,PASSSWORD IS 0000.

Sep 24, 2007 | Motorola Mobility H350 Wireless Headset

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