Question about Vacuums
Hi you can troubleshoot the cable your using for connections and after troubleshooting cables,you can also check the TV input plug in port if it is working well,
I think that will do.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
Either the mic has a bad solder or wire connection inside it, or it has a power supply, amplifier, or transmission problem. The unit is going to have to be taken apart, and troubleshot. Make sure it works the same way on another set, just to make sure the set's not off-frequency, etc. Once you know the mic's the problem, you will have to open it up and see what you can see. This could be a capacitor in the power supply circuit going bad, but not likely- most likely will be a cracked solder trace or wire. Inspect it with a magnifier- cracked solder joints are hard to spot with the naked eye, often times. Also, a switch could be going bad- they're always to be suspected. Haven't heard of this problem, so that's all I can offer about it. Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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