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I have a V3 and a Plantronics Model 330. It is not finding the device. What to do?

I have a V3 and a Plantronics Model 330. It is not finding the device. What to do?

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Device not found

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    robert hill May 11, 2010

    Did you try getting another headset and seeing if it will find that or get another phone and see if it can detect the headset


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You should try the request that SCAN suggested

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