I have the same problem that another has. I reveiced a jabra bt250v, I put into the charger one flash of the light when plugged into the electrical outlet when attempting to charge. No light during charging so headset is not charged thus cionnioty use the headset. Need hepl with a solution with this problemm Thabnk you.
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It should have come with a small 45 mm diameter cradle base unit which the mains has a 1.4 mm jack plug plugs in and the headset rests in.
Look for it on Jabra support website or pictures on a search on Ebay
Search on Ebay for one for a replacement.
Go to the bleemin Jabra website! (http://www.jabra.com/Sites/Jabra/NA-US/Headsets/Pages/JabraBT150.aspx)
"When I put the charger on for the first time after purchasing and
plugged it in there was just a quick blue flash but no lights came on
This one is more fun. The charger that comes with the bluetooth WILL plug in 180 degrees from proper. Symptom of reverse plug-in is usually a dull(VERY dim) blue glow and a high pitch whine. Depending on the parts used in your production batch, one inverted plug-in could have popped something. Try rotating the plug 180 degrees, and seeing if the charging light doesn't come on(if it does, then you're good, if not, return for refund, or you're fubared)
i have just repaired my bt250 with this problem, i hadn't used it for around 2 years and when i put it on charge just got i flash of blue led. the fix was to "jumpstart it" the headset needs to se some sort of battery voltage to start the charging process, i stripped mine right down but that was just to fiddley. IF YOU DO THIS IT WILL BE ENTIRLEY AT YOUR OWN RISK AND I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY IF YOU TRASH YOUR OTHERWISE USELESS HEADSET. ok all you need to do is very carefully remove back cover (undo 1 screw and ease it apart). be very carefull as there are delicate wires inside. lift the inner part out slowly and you will see the battery.it has some orange tape around the end and there is a small circuit board attached to it with a small red wire and a small black wire. look at the battery and you will see under the orange tape there are to larger tags.these are the main battery terminals, peel back the orange tape just until the tags are slightly exposed. now you need to solder a wire to each of them and DON'T TOUCH THEM TOGETHER. on the battery it says which tag is + and which is - make sure you mark your wires or get red and black ones. now i used the lead from the charger. look at it . it has a hole in the center of the pin that is the + so put the + wire in there. if you are not sure use a volt meter. now touch the - wire to the outer metal of the connector that is the - point on the charger connector. hold this for around 2 mins but no more. as the out put of the connector is 6.2v and the battery is only 3.7v the battery will get warm. if the battery is getting too hot in under 2 mins then take of charge. when you have done that and taken off the connector i recommend to use a volt meter and just put it on the battery wires you soldered on to check battery voltage. as long as it reads you should be ok. de solder your wires from the tags and rebuild headset then try and charge it. this worked for me. i am no electronics expert i just like to mess with broken stuff so i know it seems a bit dodgy to connect like this but i had nothing to lose and it worked.