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RCA WHP140 Headphones

Red light will not stay on when adapter has been plugged in.

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    Red light will not stay on when adapter has been plugged in.

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Another poster had this issue, as do I. On that thread someone suggested cranking up the volume of the source (ie the tv/computer/mp3) of what you're listening to. I just did that and the power is still up and running, so that must have been the problem.

Give it a try.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

Here's a link to the manual (something I didn't get when I inherited the headphones.

http://66.77.167.109/rcaaccessories/RcaaccessoriesInfo.do?findManual=whp

The transmitter, if not receiving a signal, will shut off after a very short time, like 45 seconds. I am testing mine now and so far, the transmitter has been sending for about 30 mins. We'll see how long that lasts...

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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