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If either device has been paired with something else before, you have to unpair it from the other device first.

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looks like an old scosche bluelife headset I've owned. Probably an OEM from them. Check out their site. Basically just put the button until it blinks rapidly and then your device will find it.

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I am not exactly sure, but with other products i have had, the charger was not making a connection to battery somehow. i fastened a rubber band around it and it charged. Good luck

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If you hold down the power button (and keep holding!) while wearing the headphones, you will hear three beeps (keep holding! If you lift your finger, you have wait a moment to start over) followed after a moment by two beeps. If you do this while the headset is NOT on, it will enter the "discoverable" mode and the lights should flash red/blue red/blue. If you do this while the headset is on, the second set of beeps sounds a little different, and those tones mean the headset is turning off.

The "manual" (a single sheet of paper) for this device is a joke, and website technical support is nonexistent.

When I first purchased mine, despite the poor instructions, I was satisfied, due to the low price. But I've only had the device for less than a month, and I've only used it three times, and suddenly I can't get it to pair with my laptop or my phone, though it had worked find a couple of weeks ago, last time I used it.

Sometimes you get what you pay for, I guess. Disappointing.

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Measuring across the commutator opposites is a rough check - if each pair has the same resistance it is probably good but even then there are no guarantees. I have never seen the armature resistance stated for any motor though that doesn't mean such figures don't exist.

It would seem logical that each pair should be isolated but that generally is not how the armature is wired and each commutator segment is the termination of two coils.

In reality there is only three ways to test an armature - either build it into a motor and see if it performs ok, use an automated motor fault analysis machine or one of the dedicated armature testers such as an armature growler.

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The short answer is no -- the difference between AM and FM is too great though some CB radios were made dual mode, like the President Veep I used to own.
Some CBs that found the way into Britain were powerful sidebanders that offered similar capabilities to unlicensed CB-ers to that official radio hams had to sit exams to enjoy. Some radio hams found it cheaper to have those top-line CBs modified for use on the 11 metre amateur band.

It would be no help to you to obtain a standard FM CB as when the UK was forced to legalise CB radio under the Treaty of Rome, they legalised it at a different frequency as the American frequency was already allocated to radio control, bleepers and other things. Special CB sets were manufactured for the UK market.

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Hello there! Assuming your talking about "XtremeMan SOMA BT" I'm not a fan of assumptions but... if this is the device your are referring to then here you go below. If this is not the device you are making reference to, then please respond with the model number and make/brand of the device. Thanks for your visit and good luck.
1. With the unit on or off, plug the included cable
from the USB jack on your computer to the micro
USB jack v on this unit. While charging, the
battery level will be shown by the LED indicators
with the current level LED blinking. When all
the LED indicators light solid, then the unit
is fully charged.
2. If the power level is less than 10%, the left-most
LED indicator will start blinking, which means
that the Soma BT needs to be charged.
Using the Soma BT with a Bluetooth Device
1. Turn on the unit as shown above.
2. Press and hold the Bluetooth button U for
approximately three seconds until a beep
sounds and the right-most LED starts blinking.
3. Within five minutes, select Soma BT from the
Bluetooth List on the external device. See
external device's owner's manual for details.
When paired successfully, the Soma BT will beep
twice and the right-most LED will light
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1540329/Xtrememac-Soma-Bt.html?page=8#manual Check Here

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The meter is out of range! Move the meter closer to the main box.

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IF you are still having issues with this let me know in a post, there is a reset procedure for these

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Unfortunately these mics are not professional quality and they tend to be less accurate.
The variable selectors have a wide tolerance and are not precise, thus; they tend to be hard to control.
Not much you can do...so use it as is, or get a new unit.

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If you're referring to the 200bt portable speaker set, this isnt possible. Car stereos are only designed for input over bluetooth not output. Now if it really important to you, you can use a line level adapter to tap into the rear speakers of your vehicle, take that output and plug it into your speakers with an aux cord, or if you have an after market radio you can use RCA cables and a jack adapter to do the same. If you must bluetooth (eg. out of vehicle operation of speakers) buy a cheap bluetooth output adapter (shark makes one) use a small cigarette lighter inverter to power it, and then you can plug your aux jack into it and bluetooth to a speaker set outside of the car. If you use this in conjunction with the speakers car there will be a delay between those speakers and your bluetooth speakers.

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I am guessing the CB has a fault and needs taking to a CB Doctor...

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try putting in your make an model then search google for (your item+mk+model+pinout?) like this. *shruggs* mite get lucky

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I do not know about these items but if it works on other phones then a few things spring to mind, that moto might use a different version of plug like a "3 ring + tip" plus there maybe one with 4 + tip. Another thought is the mic needs power if its an electret type which that moto does not supply.
The connection of those earbuds may be wired a little different to how moto needs, many manufacturers do this so you buy their bits and bobs.
Lastly the moto may need some feature selection in its menu system to be turned on so look through its settings for audio-microphone etc.
Hope this might help

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You might be lucky but I would doubt it, to me its another Chinese funny, things made for certain companies or supplied to companies who are the sole or limited suppliers.
I noticed on the rear of the instruction manual it only gave a short labour warranty and had its company location, most of these type purchases require return to the place that sold it or they will give a service agent to send it to.
I have found that with these items parts and manuals are not around so if you are going to fix it yourself you would have to wing it, as they can be made with a variety of parts not the same set as time passes.

Hope this helps in some way.........

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You likely tripped a fuse or circuit breaker. If you are referring to an automotive type stereo there will be 2 fuses associated with this problem. One is directly on the back of the head unit and is usually 10amp, the other is in your vehicle fuse box usually labeled radio in the diagram.

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The fashion for nostalgia radio with a modern sound has brought about a clutch of models from only a few manufacturers.

I have only encountered one such that was basically an in-house cabinet with bought in internals, the quality of which was probably reflected in the price and as this was from the lower price bracket the internals were from different sources and badly matched.

I know of no reason to assume other models would be substantially different because although popular they haven't sold in the high numbers that would justify purpose built internals and so the chances are an experienced audio engineer would probably recognise the circuit board as being from a popular hi-fi and be able to provide you with details.

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