Red light stays on even when it's unplugged. Won't power on or off
- Question by Jerry 12:15am, 18th July 2019
There are 8 responses to this question including 2 solutions and 2 others deemed noteworthy
Chris (Admin) responded : 1:06am, 25th July 2019 (3 years ago)
If you leave it it will likely exhaust its battery. If that has now occurred, were you able to restart normally ?
wara hensakul responded : 4:39am, 30th January 2020 (2 years ago)
When the Red light stay on even you push off charger. Push play and power button in same time about 30. Sec. If still not work. Do not worry . Leave for a while and try again. It. Will work. Hope this help.
Brad responded : 12:59pm, 23rd February 2020 (2 years ago)
If the red light stays on when you unplug it hold the play button and the power button both in at the same time for 30 seconds that's what fixed mine
Alex responded : 12:15am, 22nd March 2020 (2 years ago)
Brad, thank you very much. It solved my "red light on" problem. It disappeared within a few seconds and Clip 3 works again.
Moyosore Ogunrinde responded : 3:04pm, 21st December 2020 (1 year ago)
Hi. Red light still does not go off even after pressing Play and Start Buttons together for 30 seconds
Brad responded : 8:23am, 22nd December 2020 (1 year ago)
Alex. No problem glad to hear
Ye Htet Oo responded : 6:34am, 14th January 2021 (1 year ago)
My JBL clip 3 is in the red sign mode and I press power bottom 10sec and above and now it is ok and return normal states but i want to know why my JBL is in red sign mode ????
Cris responded : 4:03pm, 24th April 2022 (3 weeks ago)
I had the same problem, the red light would not turn off and the unit would not function. I left the unit to completely de charge (a few days) until the red light turned off. Then I was able to turn it back on again and use it and charge it normally again.
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