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How long can a UHF wireless mike powered by two AA panasonic heavy duty batteries last? (constantly transmitting as in spruiking) Thanks

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SOURCE: No power

You need to buy autovolt adaptor (8 volts)
but never use adaptor and batteries at the same time.
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try cleaning the chip. you can clean it using a pencil eraser.
You need to remove the chip from its casing
make sure to take note of the position of the chip inside casing- (inverted song chip will not make mic power on)
try erasing the gold terminal pins of the chip - gently) then return it properly..

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Anchor 16 channel UHF wireless.


Disable muting if you do not hear any signal from the microphone. Even if the transmitter unit is powered on, if muted it will not send any audio signals to the wireless receiver. Right next to the word "mute" there is an arrow pointing to the left; move the switch away from the direction of the arrow to turn off the muting feature and check the microphone again to see if it transmits any signals.

Replace the batteries in the transmitter unit if you still do not hear a signal after ensuring that the transmitter is not muted. The transmitter fits a standard AAA battery in the battery compartment. The battery compartment cover can be removed by hand by applying gentle pressure to the logo on the transmitter unit.

Remove or power down any audio and/or video equipment near the transmitter or receiver that may cause interference. The wireless microphone system operates on RF frequencies, so any equipment installed near the transmitter or receiver that uses RF frequencies (such as RF remote controls or wireless speaker systems) could cause audible humming, buzzing or popping while you are using the microphone. Temporarily turn off the devices or remove them for testing purposes and check the microphone again to see if the signal is clearer. If it is, place either the interfering equipment or the system in a location so that RF interference is no longer an issue.

Hoping this will help in solving he problem....

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after replacing the batteries. ( 2 x AA Or 2 x AAA ) press the button on the bottom of the mouse, and should have a button on the reciever. to syncronise the pair together.

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new batteries should solve this problem.

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