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I have UR2/ microphone w/ KSM9 capsule on it.. when I screw on the battery cover, the transmitter and the reciever looses signal, the mic is still on and the recever both are on, but have no connection between the two. Then I began to unscrew the battery cover and the signal comes back..

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You should send it to Shure for repairs. My guess is that there is something loose or broken on the circuit boards.

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