01-29-2012 06:07 PM
Is there a quick and easy way to verify that the base station for an F540 wireless headset is functional? I suspect that mine has died. I've gone throught he process of trying to set it up again, but nothing I do will get the LEDs on the front to light up. Any help would be appreciated.
04-05-2012 12:05 PM
Please plug your base station in to another power outlet bypassing any power bars, surge protectors or extension cords. The F540 headset does have a one year warranty. If your problem persists, please contact Customer Care for your region for further assistance and a possible warranty replacement. If you currently reside in North America, please feel free to contact me via private message.
I hope this helps you out.
09-30-2012 07:33 AM
I am having the same issue. The base station for my F540 seems to be dead. I have plugged the station into another outlet and still no response. My headset seems to work though. It turns on but it cannot make contact with the base station.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
01-28-2013 05:33 PM
Ye I'm having the same issue:
Green light flashing but base station is dead.
Tried all the "reconnect" procedures without any response!
I used this HP for a year now and from the day i set it up i haven't made any changes to it (i didn't even move it!).
I used it as usual yesterday, but when i tried to use it today it just didn't! Literally from 1 day to another it stoped working.
I charge the headphone every day at night since i use it most of the days of the weak 5-6 hours minimum.
I would appreciate if Logitech's support group really look into this insted of sending us to the same page every time wich btw know not to solve the problem!!!
I will call tomorrow and see if I can get a replacement even tho my warranty is expired in Oct/2012. (not even 3 months ago my GD luck!)
I will post here if i got a solution or if i'll have a replacement sent to me.
Either way I'll let everyone know.
01-29-2013 01:02 PM
So I called today and they had no idea what's wrong with it and they can't replace the reciver becase it's production is discontinued!
SO ye thx very **bleep**in much Logitech!!!
If u buy this it for a year than u need to buy another!
02-13-2013 01:28 PM
I had the same problem, my base wasn't responding so I thought it was dead. Just in case I went to a local electronics shop and bought a universal power supply/adapter (the ones with adjustable voltage) and I tried it at the shop, the LED's on the base were flashing once again. Now I'm waiting until the shop gets the extension for the adapter that is suitable for the base input (so the cable can hold in place) and I'll be enjoying my headset again. So my advice is go buy a universal adapter with 1 A current (the logitech adapter is 0.85 A, but I couldn't find one, this is just fine) and an adjustable voltage (it needs to be able to output 6 V). You might need some extension tweaking, but I got help at the local shop, so I suppose you will too. It's a shame logitech packed such low quality adapters with these, I almost lost a perfectly working quality headset because of it. Hope this helps everyone.