Question about Jabra GN9330 Wireless Headset
Its worked flawlessly for several years now, but lately the foam earpiece that connects to the battery and speaker easily falls off. Maybe there is a loose connection? Any ideas?
Most headphones (wireless) have a tuning wheel that allows you to find your headphone channel pair to base set. It sounds that while checking your foam ear piece you may have moved this dial / wheel. After locating (probably near volume) the control for tune, place headphones on and slowly move control for tuning. You should hear something move control to strongest signal.
your base also has settings switch for channel helpful if you have more then one pair in house, on different TV. Play with both to find best volume.
Posted on Sep 21, 2016
SOURCE: I purchased the Jabra BT2035
you need to intorduce again the jabra blutooth to your device. deleting jabra from the list make it forget the connection.
set your jabra to find mode by pressing the poer button for more than 5 seconds wait to blink, and find it using your device. it will again ask for a passcode and it will connect afterward.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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most prob regarding that matter is lost contact in your earpiece. try opening your phone and check its connection. if connection is good then maybe your earpiece is defective.
if everything is fine then it must be the flex connector have a prob...
try it and inform me what happens...
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