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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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  • sue_l Jan 04, 2009

    I have the Motorola H700 Wireless Headset... I didn't use it for several months (and no, didn't keep it on charge during that time).  Now, I'm trying to use it with my Apple iPhone... it pairs with no problem and the sound quality is clean; however, the battery life is VERY short.  Less than 30 minutes.  

    Can the battery be replaced, or do I need to replace the actual unit?

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    My H700 light is strong green for only a minute or so, then the connection starts cycling "lost," then "established," over and over so I can't continue the call. When I plug it back in to my car mobile charger, it's a light green, and charges back to strong green soon, but then does the same connection-lost-then-established cycling again right away.

  • sumtsingwong Apr 09, 2009

    I used my H700 for a few weeks than it was gone for over a year (at my brothers) but it was unused... now it only lasts for 5-10 minuts...

  • DWCrotts May 26, 2009

    I have the same problem of knowing the headpiece is fully charged and in the middle of a conversation I get a series of beeps and the earpiece goes dead. I was told I need to let it reset but I do not know how. This has happen many times and I thought it might be going out on me. Can someone let me know how to solve this problem.



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