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I need to learn how to disassemble this mic. Please tell me how to take it apart. Thanks

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On the LX2, follow these instructions:

1) unscrew the microphone cartridge
2) Pop off the switch actuators
3) remove the C clip that was under the mic cartridge
4) The circuit board slides out the top.

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