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Short in wire at plug,cant take plug apart

Wire is broken at plug where it enters the transmitter, not sure how to get it apart, unscrew it or what, afraid ill brake it

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  • Lawrence Oravetz Mar 20, 2014

    Hi matt williams, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? What wire are you talking about? If it's the one on the very bottom of the mic then that's the antenna. If its under the wire ball on top then the capsule is done. need more info for a good answer.

  • matt williams Mar 20, 2014

    i figured it out, not sure how to get mike wire plug apart, it screws off, it was soaped on or something then the wire is in epoxy, wow, i cut it iff the board plug and redid the whole thing, thanks anyway for the help, Matt


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The mic will disconnect from the transmitter. Simply push the black button and pull outward. Then, the black part of the connector unscrews from the silver part of the connector in order to get at the guts of the connector.

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