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Telex WT55 wireless lapel mic & FRM70 Receiver

With a NEW 9 Volt battery installed and tried another type - Rayovac and an Duracell - the mic works for about 10 to 15 minutes then it just stops transmitting. You can see the green LED on the mixer board and the receiver lights up like normal but - the voice stops. Like someone is turning the volume down - then it rises to normal and drops down to the point that it finally stops transmitting the voice.

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