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Thread: TT pro 500 G3 problem

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    Default TT pro 500 G3 problem

    My transmitter is no longer working. It started acting up a couple days ago and was hit and miss. The green indicator light is not coming on when you press the buttons. It has been charged to no evil. Any suggestions on what it could be? Battery bad maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Allen View Post
    My transmitter is no longer working. It started acting up a couple days ago and was hit and miss. The green indicator light is not coming on when you press the buttons. It has been charged to no evil. Any suggestions on what it could be? Battery bad maybe?
    This would be the first place I'd be looking - the battery.

    I have a few G3 transmitters and have had some issues with lights flashing funny and other things over the years. I've found for me, the best thing is to put stuff back on the charging cradle after each use. I know some folks think that's a hassle. But it seems that everything works better for me when I use this approach.

    I've found their customer service to be extremely good. You can probably get some help there.

    Chris
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