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The Jabra Speak 510 is a Bluetooth and USB speakerphone for conference calls.

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Why won't the device turn on?

Although I press the power button, the Jabra Speak 510 will not show any sign of life. None of the lights turn on, and I cannot connect via Bluetooth. It shows no response to my efforts.

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Hi,

If your jabra stealth won't power on won't charging.firsr try to put your jabra stealth into charging for 12 hours and then check the result..its really work..

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I have the same exact problem.

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Sir our jabra storm its not working its when I put charging red light is on but it's not turn on to speak

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I have jabra JD11 but it wont turn on. Why? I’ve charge it since last night until now and it keep red light

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I have this problem too - it’s fully charge and has a green light whilst plug into the socket - I charged it over night but when unplugged it won’t turn on!! Any ideas???

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Hi,

What happens when you connect it via a USB cable to a working PC? Do you get a red battery light showing that it is charging?

If it does allow it to charge for a while and then see if it can be turned on, or alternatively, leave the USB cable connected and see if it turns on. The light will change to green (only for a minute though) when it is fully charged.

If it doesn't, try a different USB cable. If it now shows that it is charging you have a faulty USB cable. If it still doesn't show that it is charging, either the charging circuit or the battery in the speakerphone is faulty.

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The only problem with this is that the USB is attached, so it's not really possible to try another one.

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Hi Jordan,

My suggestion then, is to open the speaker and with a Voltmeter check the battery and also test the USB cable with an Ohmmeter. If the cable is faulty then (if you're handy with a soldering iron etc or know someone who is) is to purchase an appropriate length USB cable with the correct connectors, cut one end off and strip the back the cable sheath to expose the wires, remove / connect the USB cable wire for wire. That way the wires from the new cable will be connected back correctly.You will see that the wires in the cable have different colours to make it easier.

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Hi, I would recommend to connect it to USB port on a PC, and see on the 'Playback Devices' in windows if the Speak510 device is present.

Plan B could be to install Jabra Direct (software updater) and see if it can update (refresh) the software. http://www.jabra.dk/software-and-service...

If it does not , check USB cable and connector for damage , and then contact Jabra support. (FYI: i work for Jabra)

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What happens if the usb os working but the headset could not light up? Is there anything wrong with it? How should i fix it?

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Sorry but why do we charge the Jabra Rox Wireless to our PC? Why not an adapter?

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If your jabra stealth won't power on won't charging.firsr try to put your jabra stealth into charging for 12 hours and then check the result..its really work..

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I have Jabra halo smart it's also same problem not turning onn..... What to do pls reply

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same here it work only when it on charging never give blue light and never work.... Although it work 4 while at beginning when i brought it

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same here. after first use, it died.

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Only had jabra Headphones 3 months and now it won't turn on.. I've recharged but still nothing only green light comes on.. Please advise....

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i do have the same problem with my jabra talk 25. i had charge it for the first time it work but eventually it never turned on. how do i fix it. thanks

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My Jabra evolve 65 was dead after leaving it plugged into the charger over the weekend. I suspect the lithium battery failed, so I pulled the ear cushion piece off (there’s a trick to do this) and got the battery info and ordered a new battery on eBay for $20. March 23rd my new battery will be in and I’ll let you know if it works. I have a desoldering station so the repair should go pretty smoothly.

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The trick to pulling the ear piece off. I used a paint can opener. Placing the lip in between the ear cushion housing and the Jabra housing I popped the bracket off the pin from the opposite side from the charging port. There's a groove on that side that allows for the connector to pop onto the post. Do it on the side near the charging port and you will break the post.

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