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JBL T110BT earphones won't stay on or connect.

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My JBL T110BT earphones have worked for ages but then I didn't use them for a bit and now they won't connect. When I put them on charge the white light turns on, but when I take it out it turns off. I hold my finger on the power button when it's on charge nd not for at least 1 min each but still nothing happens. No sound, no extra lights and doesn't show on Bluetooth list. Help!!!
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Question by Jhett Pulbrook 10:30am, 4th December 2018

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Andy (Admin) responded : 11:12pm, 18th December 2018 (3 years ago)
We've had other reports of this but no solution as of yet. It could be an internal battery issue if they really are dead. DId you get a solution so far yourself ?

Jhett Pulbrook responded : 3:18am, 19th December 2018 (3 years ago)
No solutions so far. Tried everything but nothing has come of it. Thanks anyway

Pedro (Admin) responded : 4:07pm, 24th January 2019 (3 years ago)
We seem to have a solution for this, see this post! https://www.bluetoothdoctor.com/question?jbl-t110bt-charging-but-not-turning-on&rnd=gd1rl4r3#response_9284

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