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The video to the left shows you the best way to clean out the ear tube portion of your surveillance style lapel microphone or listen-only ear piece.

The video below shows how to fix the repeated intermittent beeping of a VX-231 series radio which is caused by a low tolerance on the battery contact height in certain production runs of the radio.

Battery Storage Video
(used to be here but was removed)

We at ProComm are continually striving to bring you the most up-to-date information regarding taking care of your equipment investment when storing batteries for a prolonged period of time. New information has come to our attention which implies that there is no tangible benefit to storing your Lithium-Ion batteries in the refrigerator while they are out of service for an extended duration. Please continue to store your Nickel-Metal-Hydride (NiMh) and Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd or NiCad) batteries according to our recommendations in the video you are familiar with seeing on this page.

Lithium-Ion batteries may be stored at room temperature for the duration of your extended times of non-use, provided they have at least a 50-75% charge on them when placed into storage. Always top them off with a fresh charge before putting them back into service.

Federal and Consumer Safety law requires that all batteries be marked with their chemical type. You should look on the product label of each and every battery to determine which type it is and store it as recommended above.

If you have ANY questions, please call ProComm at the number on our Home Page.

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