The Jabra Pro 9470 Bluetooth wireless telephone headset battery needs replacing as soon as you find that the interval between charging sessions is getting shorter.Use only original Jabra batteries. You can purchase the proper batteries from the Jabra online site as well as from authorised dealers. Replacing the battery is a relatively simple procedure, and the standard Jabra Pro 9470 replacement battery kit includes all necessary tools.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Jabra Pro replacement battery kit (includes battery and screwdriver)
Remove the wearing style attachment (headband, ear hook, or neck band) from the headset assembly.
Remove the headband by pulling the headset of the assembly away from the headband while holding the assembly in one hand and the ear-cushion of the headband of the other.
To remove an ear hook, first hold the headset in one hand and turn the assembly to find the largest slot on the ear-hook. Then, pull the entire ear hook assembly away from the headset while pressing the slot with your thumbnail.
To remove a neck band, pull the headset away from the ear-cushion assembly of the neckband attachment until it comes free while holding the headset in one hand and the ear-cushion of the neckband attachment in the other.
Place the headset on a flat surface with the speaker facing up. Remove the three screws which hold the speaker plate using the screwdriver included in the Jabra Pro battery replacement kit.
Carefully tilt the speaker plate upward. Allow it to rotate around the edge on which the boom arm sticks out. The boom arm is the plastic protrusion that extends from the volume control bar, and when the Jabra Pro 9470 is worn, this boom arm points diagonally downward, away from your face.
Pry the battery, which is rectangular and in the centre of the headset body, out of its frame. It will stay connected to the headset with two very thin wires. These wires are attached to a small, white plug connector that is embedded in the socket.
Grab the wires which connect to the battery and gently pull them and the connector to which they are attached out of the socket inside the headset.
Connect the new battery to the headset by aligning the plug of the wired connector to the receptacle of the socket inside the headset and pressing tightly on the plug. The face of the battery should be facing you, and the wires should be facing the headset.
Fold the wires into the wire groove which is located to the left of the battery inside the headset. Insert the battery into the battery frame with the label facing upward.
Replace the speaker plate and fasten it using the three screws which you removed to get access to the battery. Replace the headband, ear hook or neck band by aligning its mounting surface with the matching socket on the attachment, and then pressing the headset assembly until it clicks into place.
Tips and warnings
- If you have trouble removing the neckband, try to rotate the boom arm about 300 degrees and try again. The boom arm is the straight, thin piece of plastic which includes the touch volume control and protrudes from the edge of the headset.
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