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My Unishere 1 modelpe50sp Mic

I have two of these mics and one works fantastic. The other does not. I need to know how to dismantle it for inspection. I'm afraid to just start pulling it apart. Any pictures that might help? anything you can offer would help. I hear the switch when I turn it on but does not work. Somthing is rattling inside and I need to take a look Thanks

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Re: my Unishere 1 modelpe50sp Mic

If you unscrew the top part, gte a screw driver and down at the bottom where the XLR goes in theres a screw, if you undo this the insides should simply slide out

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