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Just bought a new wired mic and it cuts in and out right were you plug the cord in to the mic if you wiggle it the mic will cut in and out. mic or cord?

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Please apply a lubricant contact cleaner from radio shack near you-in the place where you plug the cord and then put your plug in-out many times(because you said that your mic is new)

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Well my earphones .. one side is not working which is the right ide it used to work when wiggling the wire but now even when wiggling wire it does not work . ??

Broken wire on jack. To fix it, you'll need to cut it open and solder in a new jack. The wires are usually so fine that it'll be difficult to strip; you might want to invest in a new pair of headphones instead.

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The left output plug produces a lower volume than the right plug. The speakers are working fine. What do I need to do to fix this?

Check if the pannings in the amplifier is set to center. check speaker wirings for any cuts. Perhabs new wires may do the job

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Mic cuts out and i have narrowed the problem to the mic clip receiver connection with the lav do i fix the connection shorting out?...other than getting a new part for it

It's hard to tell what would be the solution, until you figure out what is causing the short. It might be easier to send it to Shure for repairs.

Feb 01, 2011 | Shure ULXP4 Receiver

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Newly bought. cuts out. completey and seemingly

check all speaker wires for any frays or broken open places in the wire,,,cus newr recievers have a protection that does that if it shorts ,,to keep from messin it up,,change all speaker wires ,,also even though new dust will do that to,,blow out with a air compresser or something ,,goodluck

Nov 03, 2010 | Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders

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Left side of headphone is partially working; I have to bend at a certain agle so I can get audio coming out. However right side is working perfectly

This is caused by a short circuit in the cord. If you can establish the location of the short by wiggling the cord back and forth in various places you might be able to cut the wire and splice a new length yourself. If you are comfortable with opening the case of the side that the cord connects to and it is obvious how to remove the casing, you should see the terminals inside for connection of the individual wires. You can replace the cord with a new one by soldering the 3 individual wires in place.

Note: Be sure to code the placement of the 3 wire terminals when you remove the old wires. This way you will not have the positive wire connected to the negative terminal, etc.

Oct 31, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Speakers are cutting out. Checked connections to receiver and they seem good. Wiggled ports on back of receiver and speakers worked, but cut off again as soon as I let go of them.

You might have bad solder connections where the speaker terminals attach to the circuit board inside the case. Mounting screws inside holding circuit boards in place may also have become loose. Often there are ground connections that depend on these screws being tight.

You may also want to check your speaker wires. The wire may be making a poor connection at the terminal. Try cutting a couple of inches off the end, stripping the wire and reconnecting.

Hope this helps. Thanks for using Fixya!

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Power cuts off periodicly

Maybe. Try a larger guage extension cord.

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