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G30 Transmitter total battery drain with any pressure on battery door.

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So during the first set of a gig, my signal totally dropped out.  Dead batteries.  Weird because I always check that before going on....but ok.  New batteries in & everything is lovely.  Immediately, the battery signal on the Rx drops to red light and my signal is gone again.  Wth?  So I cable up & get through the gig.

 

I get the unit home, put fresh batteries in & try to see what's up.  I notice with the slightest bit of pressure on the battery door, the thing drains the batteries immediately.  What's up with that?  If I leave it untouched, it's fine.  As soon as it's handled at all....the slightest bit of pressure on the battery door & it immediatley drains the batteries.

 

My particular use.....I've had the unit since apprx 2011.  I had removed the cheezy belt clip years ago & keep it in a cell phone belt case, that also serves to keep the battery door snuggly closed.

 

I've searched the usual places but don't see a situation like this.

 

Any thoughts?

 

 

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Yup. But it would have to be somewhere internal on the transmitter, no? Since the battery lid design already crosses the batteries, neg of one to pos of the other, any pressure on the lid wouldn't change that.

 

I'm pretty well sure I'll have to replace it. I just thought it was odd & I couldn't find any other info on this kind of problem.

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