barks62 Posted April 24, 2017 Share Posted April 24, 2017 I asked some of this in another thread, but rather than continue to hijack that thread I decided to start my own. The story: I have a Relay G10 that worked like a charm when I first got it. The first week it was flawless, then in the second week I was at practice and the battery ran out. I used a cord for the rest of practice, went home and charged the Relay for a little bit (not a full charge), and it still wouldn't work. When I pulled it out of the base and plugged it into the guitar, the lights on the transmitter and the base would blink like it wasn't syncing. I left it in the charger and went to bed, the next morning it still didn't sync up. But the green light was on the transmitter all night, so I'm wondering if the transmitter charged, stopped charging, then stayed on and the battery drained? When this happened, I charged it again, then took it out when it was done and it worked. I used it for a few days and it was fine, then I left it in the base again before a practice, and when I showed up at practice it once again wouldn't sync. Am I draining the battery by leaving it in the base all the time? What should I do with the transmitter once it is charged? This thing was so easy to use right out of the box that I took it for granted! Now that it's not working, I'm lost. What procedure should I use for charging, syncing, and storing my Relay? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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