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The mute / off switch on my shure sm58 is broken. Is it easy to change please

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Yes it is relatively easy. First try to get the part from Shure. If you are not comfortable repairing this, check with a local shop and ask how much they would charge you. A replacement mic should not cost any more than about $95 so be careful no to spend too much for the repair. You can also check with Shure on their repair cost.

Dan

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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This is a general comment:
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