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Cutting in and out

I have a ux1620 that keeps cutting in and out (losing the sig ) the reciver is about 2 meters away it has been check over no fault can you help

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Re: cutting in and out

There maybe interferrance from a nearby walkie talkie or other transmitter. If you can take the equipment off site, try that as a test. Otherwise clean your battery contacts. If none of this helps then your receiver has low sensitivity or your the RF output of the microphone is low.

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