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Hi, I've got a sennheiser handheld mic and reciever. I am having problems with the RF signal on the receiver. It drops out if I move even a few feet away.All of the sensitivity and squelch settings are ok. I have tried the mic with another reciever and it works fine. Any ideas ?, any solutions ?, any advice on where to get it repaired? ThaNKS! Derek

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Receiver maybe out of adjustment for mic frequency band

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