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I have an old Radio Shack karaoke maching...has 2 mics, plays CD's and tapes...plug an AV into the TV, and I'm good to go. I use this all the time. One day, I did karaoke, the next day, the volume of the music was faint, and my mics didn't work. I opened it up, sprayed some dust remover in there. Now the volume is back to normal, but the mics still don't work. HELP!!

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What you need to do is try with a different mic it sounds like your cables are brocken from somewhere.

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