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My Jabra extreme stays on red when I am charging it so it is never charged how can I get it charged to use it

I have tried using another adapter used a different outlet and tried pairing it to my iPhone but to no avail

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The battery in those is small and it is easily exhausted and overcharged and then it is not about to be charged.

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Your battery is no good. If you've had it for a while then the battery's life has been used up. All rechargable batteries have a certain amount of times they can be discharged and recharged. Once that amount is met end of battery. If it is new then send it back for a replacement.

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