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I evidently dropped my Motorola H700 Earpiece and lost Mic Cover

Is there some where that I can purchase the mic cover? This is the small triangular like piece that faces your skin when you have the earpiece on. It covers the mic. I can't seem to find it anywhere and thus you can see the insides of the mic and it moves around and causes static when I speak. Help!

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As far as I know yu have to buy a new one but if you do find out that you can just buy the mic. please let me know

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