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Move the camera closer to the receiver to see if clears up. If it does then it is the transmitter being interfered with by another signal or the transmitter is not powerful enough and it could be broken
Well first thing to try is always batteries... get some good alkaline ones where needed and charge the rechargeable ones as needed.
There may be interference in the area - like a baby monitor, a wireless door bell... even though they shouldn't - a cheap neighbours Wifi security camera can send out all kinds of signals -
try again in a different location - fairly far away.
Also possible you were shipped a transmitter with the wrong frequency band for the truck - usually they come in several frequencies so you can run two or more together - see if there is a setting on the transmitter and truck to switch both to same frequency.
if you want to use a flash wireless / off camera, you must use a wireless trigger It contains receiver and transmitter costs about US$ 15-20 the transmitter plugs at the hot shoe, and the receiver plug with your flash devices the masximal effective range between transmitter and receiver 5 meters
You either have a bad battery in the transmitter or a bad transmitter. If you replace the battery and it fixes the problem you are fine. If the battery doesn't fix the problem you will need to replace the transmitter.
If your door is protected by a wireless transmitter your problem is most likely a defective switch or a grounded wire from the switch to the transmitter. To determine if the transmitter is working properly pop off the top of transmitter case by using a small blade screwdriver. If you look on the side of the casing you will see a small slot where the screwdriver is placed. Insert the blade of the screwdriver there and twist. The top of the transmitter will release. Inside you will see a small circuit board and battery. If an external switch is used you will also see 2 wires connected to the circuit board which then leads to the swtch. Using a very small screwdriver remove these wires. Now go check system status at your keypad. If the system recognizes the door as open then your problem is a bad switch or pinched wires that are grounding out the switch. If the keypad's status says the door is still closed the problem is in the transmitter. Sometimes these transmitters will be installed using an internal contact/switch.To know if this is the case on your door you will see only the transmitter mounted on or next to the door and a small magnet within a half inch or so on the opposing side. If this is the case your problem again is the internal switch. For replacement of external switches you can try going to a Radio Shack where they offer an assortment. Hope this helps.
if most repair shops cannot fix it, and it has been discontinued, then it would probably be a good idea to buy another set of wireless speakers. you might wanna try looking at reviews for different ones on the internet. CNET, youtube, and other places are good places to look for some
Gerally the mice of the world it is nearly impossible to get any one part from the manufacturer to fix a mouse but if it is still under warranty they may exchange it for new one.Find your receipt and take it back to see if this is possible.
If you're handy, you could rig up a wireless solution to this. The problem is that you have two screens, each presumably playing a different movie. If you purchased an off-the-shelf wireless transmitter accessory, you could connect it to one of the screens. But then if you purchased a second wireless transmitter accessory, and connected it to another screen, you would need to make sure both wireless transmitters were operating on different frequencies, so that each person could wear a different pair of headphones and listen to their own movie. Hopefully this makes sense.
You could use either an FM Modulator to do this, or an Infrared Audio (IR) transmitter... Remember, these units aren't like factory installed headrest systems; they don't have the wireless audio transmitter already built-in, so you can't just buy wireless headphones and listen to them.