Question about Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver
I have a stiletto 100 that will not consistently take/hold a charge. If I get the battery fully charged and leave it in the radio receiver, it will drain within hours even while not in use. However, if I get it charged and then remove the battery until I want to use the radio, it will be fully charged to start, but will deplete more rapidly than it should. I bought it in November 2006, and have the normal, plus extended life batteries, with similar problems no matter which battery I use. My thought is that the start (on/off) switch is shorted and/or causing the drain, so I don't think a new battery will fix my problem. Your thoughts? Gary B
An ohm meter across the contacts of the switch, with the battery removed, will show you if it has shorted. If you get a full scale defection on the meter, just like touching the test probes together, in the off position you will have a short.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must be sure to have satellite radio turned off in order to connect to the pc. If you are using a home dock, first make sure satellite is off and then push the "Sync" button on the front of the home dock.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
SOURCE: Sirius Stiletto 2 Problem
That's one of several problems my Stiletto 2 has. The only solution I've found is to "reboot" the unit. You'll have to remove the unit from the cradle, pop the back off, and remove the battery for a few seconds. Then put everything back together and power it up. It will take a minute or two, but once it reboots it should be fine.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I ran the stiletto device recovery program and it works again. You can find it on the Sirius website by searching for "stiletto device recovery". However, it does delete all of the content that you have saved on the stiletto.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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