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Refer to your product manual if model-specific information is needed and check if the issue is resolved after completing each step.
- Make sure that your wireless speaker and source device are turned on.
- Check if the Bluetooth® indicator on the wireless speaker is lit.
- Turn off the Bluetooth setting of the source device, then turn it on again to re-establish the Bluetooth connection.
Note: Depending on the model, the source device can be re-connected through Bluetooth by just restarting the speaker.
- Increase the volume level of both devices.
- Make sure that your source device is playing music.
- Try to move the wireless speaker away from metal objects or other devices which may cause interference.
- Make sure there are no devices connected to the AUDIO IN port of the wireless speaker.
- If your source device is a computer, try to restart the music software.
- If you're using Music Center on your mobile device, make sure to update it to the latest version.
- If you can't update the app, try to uninstall it then perform a Bluetooth connection instead.
- Delete the Bluetooth device information of the source device, and perform pairing again.