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I have a Motorola MPB30 video baby monitor and it has developed a fault where it goes into sleep mode after a couple of minutes even though it's fully charged. An on-screen message has also appeared at the top of the screen saying VOX.

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That's not a fault - that's the way it works in VOX mode. VOX means it only plays when it hears a sound on the camera end, and goes into a lower-power standby mode when nothing is happening.
Turn off the VOX (Menu -> picture of a guy talking -> turn all the way down) to have it constantly transmit.
Personally, my wife and I like the VOX all the way up. It keeps us from having to check at every peep and squawk, but does let us know when crying is going on.

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