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Dead H500 headset

I have a motorola h500 bluetooth, and i think it has went bad. It was working fine but now when I plug up the tooth to the home charger, it stays lit up continuosly while charging. I unplug the tooth, an try to use it, an it acts like its dead as a door nail. I have left it on charge several hours and it still seems to not be charging up. Is this thing toast, or am i forgetting to do something?

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Same problem here. I was thinking a dead battery maybe. I`ll keep looking for this on the net.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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