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I have a shure sm58 wireless with a bad off/on switch- it is stuck in "on", fortunately. I can't get the case open to slide the guts out. I have removed the ring clip, but it doesn't drop out. What should I do?

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  • Terry Dearmore Oct 14, 2010

    Where should I apply the pressure? I am applying pressure to the battery contacts but it won't budge. I tried pushing in the battery test button and it is out of the way, but how do I get past the switch itself?

  • Terry Dearmore Oct 14, 2010

    I am wanting to replace the on/off switch on a Shure SM58 wireless microphone. I have been able to get the ring clip removed, but am hesitant to apply too much pressure to the battery contacts to get the guts to fall out. How does this thing come apart to expose the on/off switch for removal?

  • Terry Dearmore Oct 17, 2010

    I am taking the advice and having the work done by the factory. Thanks for the help!

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This web blog explains the disassembly process of the sm58. Go a few paragraphs down and you'll get to the explanation:
http://www.chittproductions.com/2008/05/how-to-fix-broken-dynamic-microphone.html
You have to do some desoldering of wires to get the guts out, so take your time, and take notes or pictures as you go. This sounds like a tricky process, so take your time and be careful not to cause more damage. Most people don't seem to recommend taking one apart unless you really have to.
Good luck, and hope this gets you fixed up.

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Hello,

You will need to exact little more pressure and be consistent with it, perhaps, i will advice you replace the on/off switch for effective use.

Take care.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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