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On my UHF-5800 the amber light that ussually comes on when you turn on your microphone is illuminated all the time when you have your micrphone on or off

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The vocopro 5800 is constantly losing signal strength and going in and out with movement. How do I fix this problem.


1. Check microphone(s) batteries and replace if the
charge is low.
2 Remove local sources of UHF interference, such as
lighting equipment.
3. Adjust the squelch controls on the front of the UHF-
5800 receiver.
4. Signal may be too weak. If so, reposition antennas.
If possible, move them closer to the transmitter.
5. Reposition the receiver, perform a "walkthrough",
and observe the signal strengths. If audio dropouts
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area and avoid them during the performance.
If none of these could help it is possible that the device has really some faulty operation and needed to carry it to service center.
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kristinjacqu,

Your 722 receiver may be in single mode. This is the case usually when you have the same picture on both TVs and the remote won't function. On the receiver when it's in single mode, you will have a green light for TV 1 and an amber light for mode under the single box.

To put in dual mode, open the door on the right side of the receiver (the door will open to the right). Once open, in the upper left corner of that area you have a mode button (to the right of the power button). Press the mode button and the amber light will now illuminate under the 2 boxes. The blue light for TV 2 should also illuminate indicating the receiver is now in dual mode. This will separate the 2 TVs and you can now watch different channels on both TVS, plus the remotes will now work. I hope this helps.

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