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No power My magic Mike doesn't work when you plug to electric, and I use AA batteries but only last for 1 hour...any solutions? Thanks

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You need to buy autovolt adaptor (8 volts)
but never use adaptor and batteries at the same time.
try our site www.magicmic.com
email us customerservice@magicmic.com

try cleaning the chip. you can clean it using a pencil eraser.
You need to remove the chip from its casing
make sure to take note of the position of the chip inside casing- (inverted song chip will not make mic power on)
try erasing the gold terminal pins of the chip - gently) then return it properly..


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My magic mike does have power, but a couple of my song chips comes up garble, and unable to bring song up, where as a third chip is able to play . Some times when I run through the list there will be some songs that pops up but not all. Then after a while it will go gargble again, but the third chip is okay.
This is when I use the AA batteries, If I remove the batteries, then it will come up data check, and garble...........any solutions or answers? Thanks

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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