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Skullcandy Sesh True Wireless Earbuds : Right Earbud Not Working - Red Light Always On

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I bought the Skullcandy Sesh True Wireless Earbuds about a month ago - they've worked fine, no problems pairing or connecting until this afternoon. I used them earlier in the day without issue. The left earbud still works, however the right earbud does nothing. It won't turn on/off, charge - the red light on the side of the earbud is solid red & stays on whether it's in the charging case or not. I've tried the 'press the button six times' thing exactly like Skullcandy's website said, I've tried unpairing them from my phone....that's about it. I'm not super tech-savy, lol. Any help is much appreciated!
Question by Tara 3:36am, 23rd January 2021

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John (Admin) responded : 1:44pm, 24th January 2021 (2 years ago)
If you leave the buds a while hopefully it will discharge the battery inside the problem bud. Try to let that happen and then see if upon a full charge it will resolve itself. Let us know if this helps.

Michael responded : 4:13pm, 3rd October 2021 (1 year ago)
My Sesh right earbud red light stays on and I can't turn it on

Juan (Admin) responded : 6:50pm, 3rd October 2021 (1 year ago)
Hi Michael. These buds have physical metal contacts in the charging case and on the side of the buds where they touch to make the charge work. I'd double check that these contact points are clean. Sometimes using something like rubbing alcohol and a cotton bud can be helpful.

D responded : 6:51pm, 16th October 2021 (1 year ago)
The right earbud light keeps showing when it's not in the case and I have already cleaned the contact pins.

Colin (Admin) responded : 11:04pm, 16th October 2021 (1 year ago)
D, your right side isn't working or the issue is a bit different to others reported here ?

Stephanie Benning responded : 1:23am, 21st November 2021 (1 year ago)
This is common problem with my left earbud. I take it. Let it sit there for about 5 mins. Stick it back in then wait 5 mins. Usually the light turns off after I pull it out to use like normal after doing what I stated above. Hope this helps!!!!

Vaishnav responded : 11:21am, 6th October 2022 (2 months ago)
I had the same problem. The red light on the right earbud stays on after taking it out from the case. But there's an easy fix. The problem is with the rubber gel, if it's not properly inserted on the bud it won't charge and the red light would keep showing. Try removing the rubber gel and charge for 10 mins. Voila there's your fix.

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