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Replacemetn mic on Motorola t6400

Where do i find one. easy to replace it but where do i get one?

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Hello stoyanov,

Accessories for the Motorola TalkAbout series radios are available through many major electronics retailers, or directly from the manufacturer at http://www.store.motorola.com.

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Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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