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Hi. I just purchased the insignia digital wireless headphones for my boyfriend and the headphones won't charge properly. It says to put the on the dock station and the red light will stay on(up to 4 hours) and then go green when it's all charged up. When we put the headphones on the red light will go on for about 10-15 seconds and then go out. Is this normal? Is the red light suppose to go out and then later it will come on green when it is charged? Or should the red remain on the entire time till they are charged? Any suggestions or should I send back for a new set? Please let me know if you can. Thanks!

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If the red light is on for such a short period of time, it probably means that the headphones are charged. The red light will flash for a long time and then turn green only when you charge on the dock headphones that need charging. I suggest to try to use them without charging them and see if the headphones work.

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I found this while searching to find an answer to solve my problem. It worked! Some say that it took them about 20 times... it took me about 7. Be patient and just keep trying! Hope this helps!



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i kept putting the battery on the charger then took it off as soon as the red light came on.
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after the battery as got enough charge in it it can start to charge.
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