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After listening hour of music, your bose soundlink color 2 Bluetooth speaker suddenly stopped working. Then you noticed that your bose color 2 completely drained out and now it needs some power to revive againg.
But the matter is the bose soundlink color 2 is not charging after plugging the charger into your power outlet, charging LED not flashing red either, resulting in it won’t turn on!
This is a really common problem that plenty of users face for the first time and I know it’s really frustrating. But it can be solved with some simple tips & tricks.
To solve this not charging and turning on issue you just need to plug out your bose soundlink charger from the power outlet and connect your bose color 2 to a laptop or PC via only using a USB 2.0 cable.
The rest of the procedure has been given below
This solution method has worked till now almost for 97% of users. Below we will go through a list of simple steps that require minimal effort and zero time waste to do it:
Step 1: Plug out the micro USB cable from bose soundlink charger
Step 2: Connect the cable to your color 2 speaker
Step 3: Pair the speaker to your computer through USB cable
Step 4: Press and hold the power button for 10 to 15 seconds
Step 5: Then put the cable out from your PC and release the power button
Step 6: Again put the cable back into the computer
Step 7: Now single press the power button
Step 8: A sound prompt will appear “Battery low please charge now” while flashing red & white light
Step 9: Now you can finally charge your Bose soundlink color 2 speakers and after a few moments by pressing the power button for several seconds the bose soundlink speaker will turn on.
The process might not work at first attempt for all users, try the same process again at least for 10 times. Also, make sure you’re using a compatible USB cable with your speaker and a fresh cable as a old charging cable can cause internal damage and not gonna work all time.
If the above methods didn’t work for you then you can try other methods which we have listed below:
Disconnect the Lightning Cable. Then, look at the USB Connector on your device to see if it’s bent or broken. If so, then replace your cable immediately.
Try another adapter that has the same voltage as your current one to make sure that you are using the correct one. If it doesn’t work, then try to plug in your device with wall charger for about 15 minutes while still connected to the adapter.
This will help you get rid of any software-related issues which prevent your device from charging or turning on. To do this, press and hold the power button for 10 sec until the led blinks white.
Sometimes, dirt and dust on the charging port can slow down the transfer of electricity and it won’t charge properly. You can use a toothpick or needle to clear out any dirt, lint, or anything that might be stuck in the area. Be careful not to bend or break anything inside.
To do this, you need to plug in another device such as a lamp. If the other one works but your Bose Color doesn’t, then it’s probably not your adapter or cable. However, if another device won’t charge either, then the problem is with the power outlet and you’ll need to check that out first before doing anything.
If none of the above helps, then unfortunately you need to replace your battery. A damaged battery can’t be charged resulting in your bose soundlink color 2 speaker won’t turn on either.
This usually happens if you’ve accidentally spilled water or dropped your device in the toilet or sink. Once this happens, moisture can get into the components which renders it useless. The best way to check if this is the cause of your problem is by disassembling your device, then put it back together after wiping away all parts with alcohol or water. Leave it for a couple of days and try charging again afterward to see if it works.
Make sure that you are using the original charger and cable supplied by the manufacturer. If this is not the case, then you might want to buy another one so it won’t be a problem anymore.
The bose soundlink color 2 battery not holding charge is an annoying issue for many people. If you are one of them, we have shared in this article some authentic and easy method that comes with 99% possibilities to solve your entire issue. Also some other short tips we have listed too. Firstly, make sure that you are using the charger that was made by bose or that it has been properly tested to work with your model. Secondly, ensure that there is no dirt or other obstruction in the connection and that it is properly plugged in. If you are still having trouble, make sure to take your device back to where you purchased it or directly contact bose customer service for more personalized help.