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Check the properties of the bluetooth device on your phone. Most newer devices have the ability to enable/disable the bluetooth speakers ability to play either media or voice. This is a good place to start. If that does not work, verify that the bluetooth speaker works as you expect it to on another phone.
1. Press and hold the button to put the speaker in "Pairing/Connecting" mode. You should see a red and blue light flashing in rapid succession somewhere on the speaker.
2. Turn on Bluetooth on the phone and tap on Scan. The phone will start scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see that it detected a device with a name similar to the speaker's name, tap on the name to pair with the phone. If you are asked for a passcode/passkey, enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes). If the two pair, the light on the speaker will turn to a steady blue and you will see 'Connect' on the phone. Tap on Connect and then you will see Connected on the phone. Your phone and the speaker are now connected.
The steps above should be detailed in the set up guide that came with the speaker. There may even be a passkey/code provided in the guide. Use that one for pairing instead of the passkey I suggested above. Please note that pairing is a one-time procedure, required only the first time you are connecting the phone to the speaker, a "get to know you" procedure. After that, you just need to connect the two.
turn both phone bluetooth and speaker bluetooth off. then turn them back on. the speaker's light should be flashing indicating its searching for a device to pair with. as its flashing make sure your phones bluetooth is visible and searching. they will pair and your phone will tell you and the speakers light should quit flashiing and just remain on.
Turn on the bluetooth of your phone first: Go to settings>Wireless and Networks>Enable Bluetooth and disable discovery limit in bluetooth settings. After that make sure the bluetooth in your speaker is on and let your phone search the speaker and let it pair with it after that go into your phone's music player and look for its play options and if you see via bluetooth click it. Just let me know if you need further instructions or you could watch this video showing how he pairs his bluetooth speaker from his phone DBEST London Bluetooth Mini Speaker Review
I have a similar device. If you didn't un-pair it or you moved the speaker too far away or didn't play music for over 5 minutes it shuts down. It may show that it is paired but doesn't play on the speaker. You have to un-pair and re-pair the speaker for it to work again.
You need to check the connections on the cross over board and also Ohm out the speaker to see if the voice coil is open. If you cannot get the same woofer, then you should replace them in pair, try http://www.parts-express.com//index.cfm?