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That means you have to put new batteries in your scanner... or recharge your rechargable batteries but if you use rechargable batteries use your yellow battery cradle for rechargeable batteries and your black cradle for alakline batteries....foe pro 82...
Parts or a new cradle are hard to find. I don't think Fuji makes them any more, although, depending on where you live, that country's distribution source may still have stock. What we sell our customers is a small charger which recharges the battery outside of the camera. They are about $10 US and plug into the USB port on any computer.
Hi Zachary I predict that you have trouble with only one unit. Try to find some one with either the same units ( on same Frequency of course) or a receiver that also covers same Frequency and transmit on one GMR then the other to esablish which unit is faulty! The faulty unit should then become apparent, the buzzing could be caused by transmisson of the faulty unit, check all Antenna connections, even change antennas over on testing as prescribed above, good luck John.