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Elliot Carroll

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Freespeak 1.9ghz Beltpack Issues
« on: April 23, 2018, 03:06:21 pm »

Hey everybody,

   I'm having an issue with a 1.9ghz beltpack that I've never had before.  The beltpack continues to receive audio but stops to transmit, essentially.  This happened about 5 days ago, I power cycled the pack a few times, and it did not fix the problem.  The only thing that works is if I clear the key assignments and re-assign them.  Then the pack functions as normal.

This morning, the owner of the beltpack said the same thing happened, he power-cycled the pack, and his talk abilities came back, but only for 5 minutes, then they went away again.

This has to be a beltpack issues, I have called my Clearcom guy, just waiting on a call back.

Anybody ever run into this?

Thanks
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Pete Erskine

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Re: Freespeak 1.9ghz Beltpack Issues
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2018, 05:20:33 pm »

Hey everybody,

   I'm having an issue with a 1.9ghz beltpack that I've never had before.  The beltpack continues to receive audio but stops to transmit, essentially.  This happened about 5 days ago, I power cycled the pack a few times, and it did not fix the problem.  The only thing that works is if I clear the key assignments and re-assign them.  Then the pack functions as normal.

This morning, the owner of the beltpack said the same thing happened, he power-cycled the pack, and his talk abilities came back, but only for 5 minutes, then they went away again.

This has to be a beltpack issues, I have called my Clearcom guy, just waiting on a call back.

Anybody ever run into this?

Thanks

delete the Roll, un register the bp and re sync and reassign it to the BP. clone from the default. .  Several times I have had BP act weird and this always fixed it.

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