I have exactly the same issue with my 868 model. Now I haven't really had time to play around with it too much, so I also don't have much experience. Something that I have noticed is that the default output power is +10dBm. This is quite a lot and what I think is happening is that the battery indicates that it is fine at 3V, but as soon as the transmitter is switched on it just doesn't have enough juice left in the battery. What I would suggest (this is also what I'm planning on doing once I get some time) is to change the default output power to 0dBm and also replace the battery.
Maybe this will work for you. Please keep us posted.
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