There are a couple things to check before troubleshooting Bluetooth connectivity. First, make sure the device is compatible. Second, make sure there are batteries in the Bluetooth device and check for interference.
Next, you will want to clear all Bluetooth device and reconnect them to the Echo.
To clear the Bluetooth devices:
Open the Alexa app, go to the menu, and select Settings.
Select your device.
Select a device from the list, then select Forget. Repeat this step for all other Bluetooth devices on the list.
After you clear all devices, restart your Alexa device and your Bluetooth device.
Then pair your Bluetooth device again:
Open the settings for your mobile device and turn on Bluetooth. Make sure you're near your Alexa device when you do this.
Say, "Pair." Your Alexa device then enters pairing mode.
From the Bluetooth settings menu on your mobile device, select your Alexa device. Alexa then tells you if the connection is successful.
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I tried to connect to a second device and it would not work. So I removed the first one which kicked me off WiFi. So I had to reconnect Alexa to WiFi. I think this is not well equipped to have multiple Bluetooth speakers unlike an iPhone that seems to recall every single one it's ever paired with.