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The ew 3000 iem (brand new) is stuck on mute. Tried everything to no avail. Ideas????? Please Help!!!???!!!!

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Hello,
To get your transmitter out of mute press the standby button and hold it briefly until "RF Mute Off" appears. Your display should change from red to orange and the transition icon will also be displayed again. This indicates your transmitter is transmitting.
Regards, Tony

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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    Iron Mar 24, 2011

    the *transmission* icon will also be displayed.

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