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On my bluetooth speak first light is red and second one is flashing blue when can I tell if fully charged

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Hold the volume buttons on the side while holding the call button for 10 seconds. It will reset the bluetooth and remove any other devices it may have been paired to. Then turn it off, back on and it will eventually stay lit blue and then you need to set it up through your phone. I hope this helps, I had the same problem and mine is working fine!

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Well... I've got the n65, and this is the third time I've gone to charge it. Solid red, won't turn on no matter how long its been plugged in, can't find the manual, this fixya page is the best result online...so my solution is to stop by the local cell-phone accessory shop to buy something new.*
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•With the Charger Plugged In
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•Headset Indicator Headset Status
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