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The microphone has adjustable wheels, usually behind the batteries in the battery compartment. The wheels/switches allow you to set a frequency. Set the reciever unit and the microphone for the same frequency. Make sure the batteries in the mic are charged.
Hi, when a speaker shuts off like that it's usually indicates a Bad Transistor in the speaker. The control circuit might be sensing a fluctuation in the power supply and it goes into a protection mode that's why it cuts off.
So you we need to replace the Transistor that is Bad. I guess that will solve the problem.
If the noise varies with the volume, it's entering your signal path somewhere before your volume control.
Make sure all audio-bearing cables are plugged in tightly at each end and routed away from or at right angles to any power cords and away from other sources of strong magnetic fields like TV's. I've also seen variable track lights induce noise but it's usually minor.
From my knowledge, I doubt you'll be able to get one of these off the shelf in any store. You need to visit a computer game store that specializes in xbox (we have one in Englan called GAME for example) or you need to get busy on ebay to get a replacement.
Most universal off the shelf types only got to 12v, this will not power your item. If you do not get an official Microsoft replacement, be sre to check that the voltage and Polarity (+ and -) on the pin are correct. Get them wrong and you'll dame your steering wheel beyond ecconomical repair and possibly the new power supply too.
What leads you to think you fried the power supply in your unit? While touching the speaker wire to the chassis is never a good thing it should not have fried the power supply. Might have opened a fuse in the speaker circuit. Have you checked all the fuses yet? Try that first and get back to me and make sure the unit is unplugged before you open it up!!!
are you looking for someone to clean or asking for the help in cleaning and maintenance as doit yourself mode
there are many electronic service departments out there that do this kind of work one right off hand thats become popular in many states is fry's electronics not to be confused with fry's market place both are owned by the same company but different functions that are seperate