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Sennheiser HDR 130 with TR 130 transmitter not working.

I have sennheiser HDR 130 headphones with TR130 transmitter. The base is flashing orange led continuously and very fast. I cannot hear any sound in headphones like the headphones are dead. Any suggestions to salvage it.

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If you twist the earpiece,one of them has two NIMH AAA batteries ,worth checking out if these are gone ,which is what happened to me.I was about to bin my rs130's and just stuck two new rechargeables and the earphones are working again!!!!!

As for $20 dollars from sennheiser for replacements!?!?!?
You should pick up two NIMH batteries for a couple of bucks on ebay or amazon.DO NOT USE ORDINARY BATTERIES!!!!!

Posted on Aug 07, 2012

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SOURCE: Bad battery

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Twist the pad counterclockwise on the left earpice. You'll find the batteries underneath.

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SOURCE: my sennheiser hdr 130 has no sound even though it

This worked for me (this solution was posted on another thread). Unplug the base and take out the headset batteries. Wait 30 seconds. Reconnect. Turn on head set. I could hear immediately!

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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