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I have a fender p10w but will not charge the battery after several hours. I tried two batteries and I know one has been working. .

I also purchased a a new microphone that uses better frequencies and it was working well. Now it just won't charge. Also, I note in the battery compartment a black wire that is loose; is that normal? Is it part of the problem?

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There is something resonating with that note frquency. Often the grille or wiring inside will rattle at certain frequencies. You need a sustained source of these frequencies to find what is causing the noise.

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