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No sound transmitting from Soundstation EX wireless mic # 2201-00699-002

We have a Soundstation2 console attached to an SS EX wireless Mic. Audio cord has been connected from the receivers output jack to the aux connector on the SS EX wall module. Confirmed connectivity between transmitter and receiver. (When I turn the transmitter on i see the receivers tx LED turns on) Just to make sure i also tested the SS Ex mic on my desktop and confirmed it works. Any ideas? Thank you for your help.

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Re: No sound transmitting from Soundstation EX wireless...

Confirm that you select aux input in your soundstation2.-if your problem excit change audio cord between receiver output and the aux.

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