There are several factors that can cause not charging issue with Flame Bluetooth Headphones by Mpow ranging from a faulty battery, faulty power outlet connection, a faulty charging cable to a faulty battery. If headphones won’t charge, headphones won’t turn ON either. In here, we will talk about troubleshooting solutions to try to fix Mpow Flame Headphones Will Not Charge problem.
Fixing Mpow Flame Bluetooth Headphones Will Not Charge
Before we proceed with the solutions below, let us first talk about Mpow product specification details. For a stable Bluetooth connection and stronger transmission of Bluetooth signal, Mpow has the latest Bluetooth 5.0 version with a wireless range of up to 33 feet. Can support and pair a wide range of Bluetooth enabled devices and is able to connect to and stay connected to two Bluetooth devices at once.
Mpow Flame headphones are IPX7 waterproof that can withstand all weather conditions other than heavy rain and sweat from intense workouts as well. The ideal headphone for any outdoor activities such as running, hiking, jogging, among others.
This headphone uses a Polymer lithium battery that can hold up to 7 to 9 hours of playback time with 2hours of battery charging time.
If headset will not charge when plugged into the charging cable, listed below are troubleshooting solutions that you can do to fix Mpow Flame headset not charging issue:
Solution 1: Check faulty USB cable
The very first thing that you need to check with Mpow Flame headset not charging is the charging USB cable being used to charge the headphones. A faulty charging cables is usually the culprit as claimed by most users who also experienced the same not charging problems with the headphones. If cable is at found to be faulty, you may need to replace it with a new one.
Check if cable is working and is actually charging the headphones. When the headset connected to the cable is plugged into the power outlet, an red light should appear. The red light means that it is charging. Normally, charging time for Mpow Flame is 2 hours. Wai for it to completely charged or then the red light turns off and turns into blue light. This means that Bluetooth headset is already fully charged.
Also, charging time varies with the cable being used and the amount of time charging process takes place. Always use a genuine cable to charge headset.
After checking for faulty USB Charging cable, charge headset again and then check if the problem is fix.
Solution 2: Check for faulty charging port
Most often, we might think that the charging cable is usually the culprit for headset to not charge but sometimes its not always the case. Sad to say though, there are times where a faulty charging port can also be the culprit for this problem to occur. In here, check if charging port of headphone is clean and free from dust or any obstructions that can interrupt and or prevent connection between Bluetooth headphone and USB charger to be established. At times, charging port can get blocked too when dirt or food gets stuck in it.
After checking for faulty charging port, charge Bluetooth headphones again and then check if the problem still occurs by pressing the power button for 10 seconds to turn it on.
Solution 3: Check for faulty power source
If Bluetooth Headphone is having trouble charging or is not charging at all, make sure to check if the power source connection is working and or functioning. .
To know if power outlet is not faulty, make sure that when Bluetooth headphone connected to a charging cable plugged into the power out source will charge the headphone. There are two status light indicator, red and blue. A status indicator light will turn red every time you charge, this means that the headphone is charging however if it isn’t showing a red light it probably means that the power outlet is not working. To check further, you may need to plug into the power outlet another working electronic device to connect whether or not power outlet is working properly or it isn’t.
After checking for faulty power source, charge Bluetooth headphones again and then check if the problem still occurs by pressing the power button of the headphone to turn it on.
Solution 4: Check for faulty battery
If the headset batteries has not been charged for a period of time, batteries life reduces and worst can caused a dead battery. This is what Over discharged means. Make sure to charge the Bluetooth headphones whenever possible to prevent over discharging the batteries.
If at some point something like this happens, try to charge the headphone batteries for a couple of hours to check if anything changes with it. There are also instances where some Bluetooth headphone batteries can recover after charging it for a few hours than recommended.