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Mute switch stopped working. Help please.

Sennheiser ew100 wireless transmitter. Mute switch used to work fine. Now does not mute when switched on.

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Apply a couple of drops of contact cleaner into the switch area. Just a couple!!!

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Try to get a one track sound mixer and your problem will be solved.

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You should'nt need a scematic, this happens all the time with the ew100 handhelds. you will need to remove the three star bit screws between the screen and the batteries, pull off the end cover and with a small screwdriver or some long needle nose pliers- put the red button back into the hole from the inside of the cover. Just take care when putting the end cover back on- sometimes its a bit difficult.
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SOURCE: I have an ew100 wireless

There should be 2 MUTE buttons, one on the mic transmitter and one on the body pack transmitter.

It sounds like one of them is on all the time.

Otherwise it may be that your SQUELCH setting is wrong. Try adjusting that to between 5-15 db.

Here is a link to the Sennheiser Online Support FAQ page about squelch problems but the detailed instructions should be in your User's Manual.

http://www.sennheiser.ca/live/senn/faq/en/14#q88


And here is the Main support page for your EW100 unit:

http://www.sennheiser.ca/live/senn/produit/en/1132

and here is the direct link to your ONLINE USER'S MANUAL:

http://www.sennheiser.ca/live/prod_download/ew100-ENGG3_InstructionsForUse_EN.pdf

Sometimes the MUTE is displayed when the receiver is not getting any radio signal (see page 8 and page 22 of the online user's manual). Again try lowering the squelch.

Good luck and please comment back and rate if this was at all helpful.
Thanks.
Joe.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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