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My congregation has a four year old sound system

My congregation has a four year old sound system (EV Wireless Microphone System ) with hand held microphones ( HTU2D-767a), I’m looking for the rubber gaskets that hold the mouth piece in place inside the microphone. Thanks Frank

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    the rubber gasket has four bands that are attached to the internal mic head somehow. My KH has asked me to try to see if I can find the part. The Electra Voice doesn't seem to have even a part list, just products.

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Here is a contact number for the manufacture. 1-800-392-3497
ask for electro voice parts
tell them the model number and make
and a description of the part you need.

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