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Where to plug in charger?

Sounds like a silly question, but I do not see a port to plug in the charger. I know my eyes are going bad but I don't see an appropriate port.

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  • Randi Sue Andrwes Jul 15, 2008

    Okay, I found where to plug it in. The power button has to be flipped open to access the port.

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Thank you for posting this I've been trying to figure that out for 15 minutes now, really. Thanks.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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Hi, Ephraim. The flashing red light indicates that the device is showing "low battery". It could be that the LG phone charger fits the charging port on your bluetooth headset but it is not compatible with your device. In order for you to know that it is charging, the device should show a steady red light(means charging).
Please take a look at the table reference below.
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•With the Charger Plugged In
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•Headset Indicator Headset Status
Red-----------------------------------------------Charging (battery level less than 50% charge)
Yellow-------------------------------------------Charging (battery level more than 50% charge)
Green--------------------------------------------Charging complete
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With No Charger Plugged In
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Headset Indicator Headset Status
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Off ---------------------------------------------Power off
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Slow blue flash ---------------------------Standby (not on a call)
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Slow purple pulse -----------------------Connected call muted
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Quick red flash ----------------------------Low battery

Note: After 20 minutes on a call or of inactivity, the light stops flashing to conserve power, but the headset remains on
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Hope that'll help you in some way.
**Please rate my post and/or leave a comment** ...Thanks...

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"Doesn't anyone from the Jabra manufacturer check this site?"

NO (especially not for discontinued products)

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