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Mic troubles mic cuts in and out seams to be mostly in the morning but sometimes in the evening. It's not the battery or cable connection, checked both and replaced the battery anyway.

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Check antena connections first

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most likely a loose connection inside suggest,
check battery is held tight in place, if not then it might be possible to very gently bend the battery terminals just enough to help the connection.
if not battery connections then its inside the mic could be the power or the capsule wiring, need a tech or the dealer to take a look

hope this helps
thanks for using FixYa

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