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Intermitant transmitting I have had my WHP141 headphones for about a year now. Recently there has been a delay of 5 minutes or so from the time I unplug them from the charger until the green light goes on and it starts transmitting. Also at times the green light will go off and it will stop transmitting for 5-10 minutes and then start up again. Could this be a power supply problem? Doug

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Check the TV volume. it must be 50 percent or better or the headphones will stop working after about 5 minutes.

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