Volume cut-out out on WS-1095

wbswetnam

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Once in a while, my WS-1095 goes strangely silent, like it has muted its own volume. However, if I turn the volume up extremely high (like 18, 19), it suddenly "fixes" itself such that I can turn the volume down to a reasonable level again. Then it will operate normally again for another 10 - 20 hours. Has anyone else had this issue?
 

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Mine did this a few times last winter. It had been on for some weeks at the time, I shut it off, pulled the card, formatted and reloaded, all has been fine since. I don't know if the reboot or the card wipe/reload fixed it but you might give that a try.
 

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Mine did this a few times last winter. It had been on for some weeks at the time, I shut it off, pulled the card, formatted and reloaded, all has been fine since. I don't know if the reboot or the card wipe/reload fixed it but you might give that a try.
This thing eats SD cards. I've had it four years, and it's on its 4th SD card.
 

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This thing eats SD cards. I've had it four years, and it's on its 4th SD card.
Wow, that's a lot. I've got a 1098 since '17 in addition to the 1095 (2015 IIRC)...only had the one card fail between both of them. They often run for weeks at a time without being powered off. The 1095 has a regular card, the 1098 has a micro in an adapter, that was the one that failed on me. And for that problem, sorry but I got nothin'.
 

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I have been using the same SD card in my 1095 for probably 4 years. I imagine if a person does a lot of recording it probably would cause a shorter life span. I only record wildcard hits. Also improperly ejecting SD card from computer would cause some corruption issues.
 
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