Most of today's Bluetooth headsets run on built-in rechargeable batteries. And while those batteries typically last longer than a typical battery would, they will eventually die. That means that even if the other features on your headset still work, but the battery has died, you'll need to replace the entire unit. Fortunately, Motorola makes a handful of headsets -- including the H300 and the HS805 --that run on one AAA battery, which gives you the ability to simply replace a battery, as opposed to replacing the entire headset.
Things You'll Need
- AAA battery
Open the battery door on the back of your Motorola headset. The door will flip open and remain attached to the headset.
Remove the old battery from your Motorola Headset by sliding it out of the headset.
Insert a new AAA battery into the headset, making sure the marks on the battery, positive (+) side and the negative (-) match the marks on the headset. Typically, the negative end goes in first, with the positive end of the battery facing upward.
Close the battery door.
Tips & Warnings
- Using a lithium AAA battery, rather than a regular alkaline AAA battery, will add talk time to the life of your headset from approximately 22 hours to approximately 30 hours.
- If you do not match the positive and negative connection of the battery with the positive and negative connections on the headset, your headset will not power on or work.
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