I can't seem to figure out why the Jabra won't power on or charge. I have tried the USB and Power cord and nothing happens no lights or anything. For a couple of days the orange light just flickered faintly but it wouldn't charge and now it's just completely dead.
I have at work 5 Jabra 150 which I kept in the closet about 2 years .Indeed no longer charges. The probelm is the rechargeable battery. I spread one and the battery is not the type Li-ion but rather resembled a Pb-acid battery and is dead and.there is nothing you can do.Take a look on picture 8 on this link http://www.instructables.com/id/Jabra-BT-350-Disassembly-and-Repair/. The aluminium part is the accumulator and is sealed .
I have a jabra bt500...loved it...but hated it more! It also stopped taking a charge like the others...it sat in a drawer for nearly two years while i began a love/hate relationship with my motorola S9...when my m9 earpiece broke i pulled out the old bt500 and it magically regained its ability to charge...until I tried to charge it a second time...back in the drawer for another couple years (est)...and now...hmmmmmm...nope...still dead...its motorola's s10 for stereo multipurpose and h720 for quick answer for me now...jabra can bite it
My problem is it will charge up but will not turn on I contacted Jabra and because I can't find my receipt they will not give me any assistance and I've only had it since February of this year. I've never had a product that an individual tells me they don't repair at the price of these things. I will never buy another Jabra again.
I have the same problem, I have a nextel I880 and the Jabra BT 500 is suppose to work with it. It will not power on nor will it take a charge. If you ever gat a answer to this problem let me know.
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If you can try a different charger, try that. try charging with USB cable if not. Try your charger on another headset if you can. I think the charger is the problem.
If no change every way, here is the link to the user manual if you need it;
Page 7 has the toll-free tech helpline which is probably worth a check in case they have any ideas before opening it up.
If still no luck, and you want to open it up, first thing to look for is the battery. check any connectors are on properly. try charging for a while and see if battery gets warm/hot/no change. See if there are any technical specifications or part numbers written on the battery and I can get more info to see if it can be checked and if it is worth replacing. If you have any trouble identifying the battery, try posting back a photo of the inside and we will see what we can do.
Hope this helps :)
Remove the Power Cord, Open the Case and remove one of thememory chips. Set the chip aside then try rebooting the computer. If it boots, then you know the memory chip you set aside is bad so mark an x onit with an ink pen. If it fails to boot then move the chip to the nextmemory slot and try rebooting. If it fails take the chip out and set itaside, then put the other chip in and try booting it in both slots. If itboots, just to verify that the chip set aside is bad, mark an x on it and putit into the open memory chip slot and try booting.
You probably and lets hope so, have an Electro Static Charge Buildup on your desktop. Remove the Power Cord and Press and Hold the Power Button for 30 seconds. After 30 Seconds plug the Power Cord back in the hit the Power Button. If it boots then you had an Static Charge Buildup. If it does not boot and you say it happened after a power surge then either your Power Supply or Motherboard is possibly damaged. Do you hear fans, hear the disk drive running, see lights, hear the CD Rom click once and see the light on the CD Rom drive com on briefly after you hit the Power Button. If so it would seem that your power supply is ok.
Your bluetooth headset is powered by an internal battery. If the battery is not charged,it just won't turn on. Fully charge your battery before use.
Make sure that the power outlet you're using is working and that the cord is fitted correctly into the wall, PC or Car outlet and the Jabra Bluetooth device.
Try unplugging the Jabra Bluetooth device and see if it turns on. If so, use the Jabra Bluetooth device until the battery is completely exhausted. The next time you charge it, check that it is charging properly
If the Jabra Bluetooth device is still not charging, check what happens when you initially plug the Bluetooth device into its charger. If the light on the Bluetooth device flashes on and then off again quickly, it is likely that the battery is no longer working. Batteries cannot be replaced or covered warranty
I contacted Jabra and they said this problem is due to a bad internal battery. There is nothing that can be done to fix it. So I returned it to the guy who sold it to me and got my money back. Purchased another from a different vendor, and this one works great. That's the only solution!