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We have a Sennheiser Diversity Receiver ew 100 and when the wireless mic is off the noise line is on the AF and makes alot of staic until you turn the mic on then it stops. How do I fix this?

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Hello! Turn the unit on and push set on the receiver then push arrows until tune comes up, raise or lower frequency of the channel until the noise does not appear in the meter, push set to store settings then push power button to return to normal. Then take the mic and turn it on, push set then push arrow until tune comes up then push set and then set the channel the same way you set the receiver. P.S.. The receiver is locking on to a rouge frequency that is what causes the noise. Went you turn the mic on the receiver locks on to the mic and the noise stops.
Hope this helps you to fix the problem.
Steve

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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