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GE Bluetooth Transmitter - pairing problems

Hello there. I recently bought a GE Bluetooth reciever and transmitter to connect to my home stereo so that i can use bluetooth Motorola headphones so I can watch TV without disturbing our new baby...........can't get the 2 to pair up and neither came with instructions.
Can anyone help with my new toys! Thank you
Phil

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There should be a button on both the headset and the reciever. Y ou must hold them in intel they beep or start flashing.
Start with the transmitter first then headset.It may take a little playing around but you should be able to figure it out.

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