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Putting it Back Together - 3mm pin inside the casing

The headset worked perfectly, but it recently fell off my ear on to the floor and stopped working. I noticed the casing actually came had come apart, it simply snaps together in two pieces. Nothing inside seems to be physically damaged, the lead wires are all intact, the buttons click when depressed and the light comes on when I plug it into the charger. However, opening the boom no longer turns the headset on. There is one piece that I cannot figure out what to do with, it is a small ~3mm long plastic gray offest pin one end of the pic is slightly thicker than the other. I am assuming it has something to do with the boom's operation. I called Motorola Support, they mysteriously have no information regarding the technical speifications of the design. If anyone knows the function and correct placment of that tiny little pin I would greatly appreciate it.

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Hey, whats going on man? yea, i just dropped my headset on the floor today too. the same thing that happened to you happened to me. well i think i found the solution. if you look at the headset from the bottom theres going to be an indent on the top left corner and underneath it theres going to be a little gold circle thats going to be split in four. thats where the little plastic peice goes, with the black side touching it.

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