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    thervspa Feb 08, 2012

    how can I sync if the channel display wont come on period.? thank you



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Have you synchronized the microphones to the base yet?

If you do not have manuals. you can download them here:

You essentially want all the "PGX" manuals in the language of your choice as they did not distinguish the spec sheets from the manuals in the list.

Posted on Feb 07, 2012

  • John McPherson Feb 08, 2012

    There are a couple possibilities if the microphone batteries were new and functional,
    1) Too much RF noise in the area that prevents the base from finding a clear channel.

    2) Base power supply related, the base may not be seeing adequate power. Might be the power supply itself, might be the mains power is inadequate. It might also be the power plug connections in the base itself- maybe they tore awy from the board enough to prevent adequate power flow to unit- which may be the case if the base was not unplugged from power supply when loaded in the transport case.

    3) The base may have an internal fault from a bad solder connection to a destroyed control IC. It might also be the transmitter/reviever board connector fell off.



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