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Our church's SM 58 wireless has a broken battery cover. Can we purchase just a cover to replace it?

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A new battery cover can be purchased from Shure Parts at 800-516-2525.

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Battery connection is broken on a SM 58.How do you get the components out after slip ring removal to repair the posts for a 9V battery?


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There are some clips inside, those are holding it together.
You can slide thin plastic in it which wil hold those clips.
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Sm 58 dropped and cuts out


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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Shure repairs


http://www.shure.com/ProAudio/ServiceAndWarranty/ServicePolicies/index.htm

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