Question about Parrot MINIKIT Bluetooth Hands-Free Kit Wireless Headset

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Will not transmit out going calls -

I have had the mini kit for 9-10 months with no problems - pairs perfectly to my LG 8500(Verizon Chocolate)
Yesterday after charging I switched on & both
red & green button glowed & the unit would not switch off for 12 hours till the battery was almost run down.It then seemed ok & I recharged & later paired without any problems.
Had no calls in the car till the pm. I could hear incoming with no problems but my outgoing voice was repeated in the parrot speaker & the other party could hear me at all - need advice
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It looks like some interference problem existing in it...

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Hello,

Maybe the kit has a warranty then you can claim it.
but if none, then you have to self tech the unit by disassembling it cause some part in it got busted or grounded. avoiding risk then maybe bring it to the repairman near you location.

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Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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