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Sm 58 dropped and cuts out

We are using a wireless sm58 mic and it was dropped. It will work but I have made it fail a couple times.

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First determine whether during its failiure RF signal indicator on the receiver is on or off. If on ,check mic capsule or replace it then start using a magnifying glass to search the electronic board for possible "cold solder"joints.

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Under which circumstances did it fail? Might be due to internal wiring getting loose or a damaged capsule after you have dropped it. Can you take it apart to confirm that?
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