My Motorola H700 battery is drained in 5 minutes after a full charge
Even I Iet the battery charged over night. It can be used no longer than 5 minutes. It started with hearing beeps and interruption that I can't hear the other side. After few times of the beeping, it stops completely, no more battery. I tried a number of times and it is still the same problem. I used another phone to work with this ear set, it has the same problem. Please help to see what I can do about it for this H700.
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Hi, do you have the manual with you?,If you do you can use itto know how to charge the blue tooth device,i think the battery is a little bit low and will need to be charged forlonger hours for it to be able to power up.
So you can use the manual to see how to charge the device.
Well you can please follow the below step - 1. Make sure you actually need battery replacements. Wrong use of the unit can lead to faulty functioning. If you have recently bought the device, charge the unit for approximately 2 hours and let the unit drain its energy completely before recharging to give the maximum battery life span. 2. Turn off the unit before attempting a battery replacement. Without doing so, the power disruption that the headset will acquire can damage the internal workings. 3. Find the even **** on the bottom side of the unit, where the microphone boom is attached. 4. Place the edge of the flathead screwdriver along these slits, and twist gently back and forth until the unit opens up. Do not completely open the unit up, however. 5. Find the small ring near the plug and the mini-USB port. Use the screwdriver to push under the ring where the battery is found. Push forward gently to pop the battery out. Please post comments for more help or information.........
The rechargeable battery may have reached it's limit of recharges. You can try leaving it on until you no longer see life (any light) coming from the H700. You want to drain it completely. Than charge it, (take note of how long it takes to reach full). If it dies like before in 15 minutes than the H700 is dead. You can take it to a Motorola store & might be able to exchange it for less than you first bought it. Or you can go here (Click the link) for a new one. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/search.asp?keywords=Motorola+H700&image12.x=13&image12.y=15
Wait, how long have you waited for it to charge? It's supposed to stay red until over 80% charge, then switch to yellow. When it is fully charged, it goes to green.
When you mean it stays red when plugged in, have you waited the 2 hours?
I think that the problem is with the on/off switch inside the headset boom. Mine has been doing the same thing lately. I'd like to find out how to fix it myself, cause I'm sure having it repaired would cost about as much as just buying a new or better headset.
I don't know if it is the same case as mine, but my H700 does not connect or work at all after a few days of non use. Battery discharges completely. It is odd but if I connect it to charger - it is lit red and starts charging again... So try to charge your H700 fully, then after a few days try to connect (knowing you gave it a full charge a few days ago)and see if will work. If not - connect to a charger. If light goes red - you got a battery problem just as me. Hope it helps at least a little bit.
First: When charging the light should be steady. If the battery is less than 20% charged it should be red. More than 20% it will be yellow. Fully charged it should be green. Make sure your microphone is closed when charging.
Second: Have you "Paired" the H700 and the phone? If not you need to. To put the H700 into "Pairing Mode" do this:
Make sure the H700s microphone are is in the off position. Push in and
hold the button on the H700 until the light lights up purple. Release
the button and quickly open the microphone button. The light will stay
purple and you are now in "Pairing Mode". Now follow the instructions
for your phone to pair with a BlueTooth unit. When it asks for a code,
use 0000 (that is 4 zeros).