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My detector has been having some problems lately. I have a teknetics liberator. The other night it was chirping periodically. In the morning it wouldn’t turn on. So I checked the connecting points and put a fresh battery in and the power button still didn’t work. When I put the battery in it would turn on automatically but then would turn off after a short time.

Has anyone ever had experiences fixing this?

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Could possibly be an issue with the on/off button membrane, if so I would be contacting Fisher for a  warranty repair if still covered, I doubt whether it would be user repairable. 

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if you do find it's the button and out of warranty you could possibly wire up a new switch or button to the side or somewhere to turn it on or off.  That's what I'd have to do here as I'd have to send it to USA to be repaired, never worth it so fixing yourself it often the better option.

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