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Koritech HandyStar - 2004 - Cannot keep turned on - switches off

When connected to the tv and power source, the mic has a difficult time turning on. And if it does get turned on, if the mic or wire is moved, it turns off automatically. Maybe a short?????

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Hi my name is thelma i own a kirotech magic microphone i have a problem the power it wont on my email address thelma_baquiller@yahoo.com

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