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Power won't come on

I have a new fully charged H700. The light is steady green when the charger is plugged in. When I unplug the charger and open the boom I get nothing. No light of any color, no steady, no blinking. Nada. I assume there is an internal switch that isn't connecting. Pressing or pressing and holding the call button has no effect. Any way for me to fix this?

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  • Anonymous Nov 02, 2008

    I have a Motorola H700 Wireless Headset and the power won't come on. I have charged the headset for 8 hours. What can I do more? I have never used it before (new).

  • djups06 Apr 22, 2009

    Upped. Mine neither. And I bought it new off craigslist. (They said it hadn't been opened). I'd hate to be out my money. But yeah, mine is fully charged (I get the green light). Other than that it doesn't respond. Opening the boom does nothing, nor does holding the call button.

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I am having similar issues. Before you OPEN the boom, press and hold the CALL button in the middle and ensure your Bluetooth is paired/synced with your cell phone.

Press and HOLD about 5 seconds until the PURPLE light illuminates. Then flip it open immediately and begin the pairing process.

My problem is that the purple light won't illuminate at all...

good luck

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I have the same issue, i tried what you said above but it did not work at all, any other solutions at all, or should I just dump it ???

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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