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Need local repair help in Central NJ

Our mic fell and the face came off. In the process of trying to carefully put the face back on a pin broke. I don't want to keep trying and break more pins. What can I do?
we have the Magicsing II

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Where is the broken pin located? My suggestion is to buy another Mic. In my experience no matter how you fix it you'll end up getting another problem. Like a Buzz or the mic will start cutting out. Sometimes it'll effect the frequency.

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