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problem with g 90 using a TBP12 transmitter
by dadofsix on 2013-03-04 15:20:05

I recently purchased the above-referenced Line 6 products.  It was my first time going wireless and I was very excited.  At the club, and after setting up, when I turned my rig on unfortunately all I got from my receiver was CH 1  NO TRANS and underneath that, RF LEVEL  C  D.  No audio level, no battery strength level -- nothing.  The readout remained the same when I turned the transmitter off.  It's like neither knows the other exists.  I ended up playing with a cable much to the laughter and derision of my band-mates.   I had been trying to convince them to go wireless with me for weeks.  Boy, were they hooting it up at my expense.

I brought my rack home thinking that it may have been a problem with the location but, when I plugged everything in, same result -- nothing.  I have this terribly nagging feeling that it's some basic, simple thing that I have just overlooked but, for the life of me, I can't figure out what it is.  The trouble shooting info in the owner's manual is sparse to say the least.

I woud be ever so grateful if someone could help me get my system running the way it is supposed to.  If it's a simple remedy I'll be laughing right along with everyone else at how much of a block-head I am.  I'm just hoping that my hard earned money will still prove to be well spent.

Thank you.

<><Peace



Re: problem with g 90 using a TBP12 transmitter
by dadofsix on 2013-03-04 15:53:23

Ummm, never mind.  I should have spent more time on this site investigating the knowlege base and the answers to similar problems.  When I followed the instructions on how to change the transmitter to RF-1, B-I-N-G-O!!!  My receiver said (and I'm paraphrasing)  "Hi there!"  And yes, I do feel silly but man it's good to know that the system works as it should AND that this fool can still be taught. lol 

<><Peace




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