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You'll need to send it to Shure for repairs.

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Shure T2-CV Hand-held wireless mic - battery contacts are degraded and deformed. What do I need to replace the contacts or assembly?

Your best bet is to sontact Shure. They are always very helpful. Ask for the service department. These parts are readily available and are not expensive. Once you gain access to the internal board, changing the parts is trivial. I have ordered numerous sets of these in the past and keep some in stock as they fatigue after a while.


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Battery connection is broken on a SM 58.How do you get the components out after slip ring removal to repair the posts for a 9V battery?


There are some clips inside, those are holding it together.
You can slide thin plastic in it which wil hold those clips.
After that you can slide the body off,

Good luck,

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I bought a new T2 SM 58 Shure Microphone with freq. 171.845 Need a receiver. Don't know where to go.

Unfortunately, there are no new receivers available that can be used. You'll have to try to find a used Shure receiver on that exact frequency.

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I need a board assembly for my shure t2-ce

Try contacting a music store such as Guitar's Centres.

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Vt 2008 mic

The V-Tech mic is actually a clone of the Shure SM-58. There's some discussion about how it is actually made (since V-Tech has no information on their website about their microphone line), but it looks to be made out of aluminum, vs. Shure's Zinc alloy. I believe it will sound the same, it just won't be as rugged as the SM-58.

(I know people who have used an old SM-58 as a hammer to pound stakes for their remote tent into the ground - and it still functioned afterward).

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