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Sound is distorted ¶ 

I hear crackling noises, or the sound coming from the device isn't clear.

Bad Bluetooth connection ¶ 

Bluetooth is a radio technology that is sensitive to objects between the Jabra Speak 510 and the connected device. Ensure the Jabra Speak 510 and the connected device are within range (up to 100 meters or 300 feet) and there are no obstacles blocking the bluetooth connection.

Dirt in the speaker ¶ 

There might be some dust particles in the speaker, so you will need to clean the front plate of the device. If the sound distortion continues, open the device and take the speaker out to clean the actual speaker more intricately. (See Guide)

Unconnected or frayed wire ¶ 

Open the device and make sure that all of the wires between the speaker and the motherboard are connected. (See Guide) for accessing motherboard. Also, make sure that there is no fraying of the wires. If the wires are disconnected, simply reconnect them if possible. Otherwise, the wires will need to be replaced.

Lights but no sound ¶ 

The device is on, but there is no sound coming from the speaker.

Volume is set too low ¶ 

Increase the volume by turning up by pressing the "+". The volume level is indicated by the white lights around the speaker.

Not connected ¶ 

Make sure that the Jabra Speak 510 is connected to another device.

Speaker is disconnected ¶ 

Open the device and check to make sure all of the wires that run from the speaker to the motherboard are connected and not frayed. (See Guide) for accessing the motherboard.

Bad speaker ¶ 

The magnet on the speaker may need to be replaced, so you will need to open up the device and take out the speaker to check the magnet’s condition. (See Guide) for accessing the motherboard.

Bluetooth connection problems ¶ 

I am having trouble connecting the Jabra Speak 510 to another device via Bluetooth

Device not connected correctly ¶ 

Check your mobile device’s Bluetooth menu and delete/forget the Jabra Speak 510. Re-connect the Jabra Speak 510 to your Bluetooth device. If not using Bluetooth, make sure your device recognizing the Jabra Speak 510 through USB.

Bad motherboard ¶ 

The Bluetooth module of the device may be malfunctioning, which means a motherboard replacement may be necessary.(See Guide)

Device won't turn on ¶ 

The device doesn't show any signs of life or power

Battery is dead ¶ 

The device may need to be charged via USB. If that doesn't work, the battery needs to be replaced. (See Guide)

Battery is bad ¶ 

The battery could be drained of all life and will not respond to the charger at all. In this case, a replacement may be necessary. (See Guide)

Battery is not properly connected ¶ 

The battery might have become disconnected from the device. You will need to open the device and remove the motherboard to see if the battery is properly secured. (See Guide)

Broken power button ¶ 

The power button might not be connected to the motherboard anymore. In this case, you will need to open the device and reconnect it to the motherboard. (See Guide) for accessing the motherboard.

Bad charging cable ¶ 

The charging cable may be frayed, which would require you to purchase a new device. The charging cable is attached and cannot be replaced.

Charger head is broken ¶ 

The USB head of the charger may be bent out of shape or bad. You can attempt to bend it back. Otherwise the motherboard may be bad, and need replaced. (See Guide)

Lights don't turn on ¶ 

One or more of the lights is not lighting up

Battery is dead ¶ 

The lights may not respond because the battery is dead. In this case, the device just needs to be charged. If that doesn't work, the battery needs to be replaced. (See Guide)

Bulb is out ¶ 

One of the bulbs might be out. Open the device to replace the motherboard with a new, functioning one. (See Guide)

One Comment

will my jabra pick up my phone if my phone is either dead or turned off? ( I lost my phone and was hoping the jabra could help me find it!)

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