I have a JBL CE 1588, the little cylinder speaker for connecting to the iPhone's music output. When I push the ON button, it blinks blue at first, like it's supposed to, but then instead of the blue light coming on and staying on, it just keeps blinking blue and won't connect to my iPhone. It is fully charged. Any suggestions will be most appreciated. Thank you, Tom

Asked by Tom on 07/09/2014 3  Answers

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1 My JBL speaker CE 1588 does the same thinghow can this be repaired
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0 General 1. The unit will not connect with my device. Make sure your device is in pairing mode. Hold down the power button on the JBL Micro Wireless until the LED flashes blue. The two devices will sync together and you will hear a tone from the JBL Micro Wireless indicating it is successful. 2. What do the LED's mean? The solid blue LED means the unit is paired and on. The flashing blue LED means the unit is in pairing mode. A blinking red LED means the battery is running low. 3. The Bluetooth drops out You can only connect one Bluetooth device at a time. If you connect a new device, the old one will drop off. Turn the unit off. Delete the JBL Micro Wireless from your bluetooth list and repair the device. 4. How do I use the unit? Simply pair the unit to your device and play audio from your device. If you have a non-bluetooth device, you can connect the integrated audio cable directly to the headphone jack of your device. 5. How do I pair the unit? Make sure your device is in pairing mode. Hold down the power button on the JBL Micro Wireless until the LED flashes blue. The two devices will sync together and you will hear a tone from the JBL Micro Wireless indicating it is successful.
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0 I've got the same problem. I was able to pair the iphone once, then tried again later and the JBL was not discoverable. Evidently many people are having the same problem. Sounds like a hardware problem.
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