You can simply turn on your Beats Solo 3 by pressing the power button for a few seconds. But if they are not turning on then there may be some glitches with your Beats Solo 3 headphones. Here is how to fix them.
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Beats Solo 3 headphones are very popular and made with quality material. However, many people are reporting that their Beats are not turning on.
Therefore we did research and found all possible solutions for this problem.
In this article, you will know why your Beats Solo 3 is not turning on and what you can do to fix these issues.
Let’s find out what is wrong with your buds.
How to Fix Beats Solo 3 Won’t Turn on
1. Fully Charge Your Beats Solo 3
If your buds headphones are not turning on, maybe they are not properly charged.
Therefore you should charge them for 10 minutes through a USB-C cable.
However, you should make sure the charging cable is not damaged.
Because sometimes you twist or firmly plug it into your headphones due to which your headphones do not properly charge.
And as result, they won’t turn on.
So, after charging your buds for a few minutes try to turn them on.
If they won’t turn on then try to charge them with a different charging cable.
But if after all this stuff they still not turning on. Then you should try the next trick to turn on your buds.
2. Reset Your Beats Solo 3
After fully charging your headphones if they are still not turning on. Then maybe they have some software issues.
Therefore to remove software issues you should reset your Beats Solo 3 headphones.
Resetting will refresh your headphones and hopefully, they will turn on.
Follow the below steps to reset your headphones.
- Hold the volume button and power button for 10 seconds.
- When the led starts flashing, you have to release the buttons.
Now your Beats Solo 3 are reset. And you should try to turn them on by pressing the power button.
If your headphones won’t turn on then try to fix their power button.
3. Fix Power Button
Now you have tried both solutions to turn on your buds but that solution did not work.
Then one of the major reasons maybe their power button is not working.
Therefore you have to fix it to turn on your headphones.
But before fixing the power button you should check if the power button is loose.
If so then you should try to fix it.
Follow the below steps or watch the video to fix the power button.
- Find the power button of your headphones. Usually, it is present on the left earcup.
- Remove the cushions of the left earcup which are wrapped around the left earcup. For this, you do not need any tool. You can remove cushions easily by hand.
- In the earcup, you will see three screws. You have to open these screws with the screwdriver.
- Then press the power button from its internal side and put a drop of WD-40.
- Then reassemble all things properly.
You should try to turn on your headphones two to three times after fixing the power button.
3. Replace Faulty Battery
If your headphones are not turning on after applying the above three solutions. Then surely this is due to the fault of the battery.
If you expose your headphones to direct sunlight or heat. They will overheat and their battery will be damaged.
In this case, you have to replace your headphone battery.
Before replacing the battery you should contact Beats customer support to find the right battery.
However, if your buds are under warranty then you should replace them.
In this article, we have told you all the possible solutions to turn on your Beats Solo 3. And hopefully, your headphones will turn on after applying these solutions and you will listen to your favorite music.
However, if your Beats Solo 3 headphones still won’t turn on then you should contact their customer support or you should contact a headphones mechanic.
How to turn on Beats Solo 3
Here is a complete guide on how you can turn on your headphones.
You can turn on your buds by pressing the power button (which is located on the left earcup) for 2 seconds.