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Where can I get a replacement mic for a TElex Prostar 70889?

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SOURCE: telex prostar wireless mic.  leads

Hi..
The rim is "ground" or the (-) side of the mic.
Find out which wire goes to ground or a (-) on a battery.
Solder that one back to the rim

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Telex ProStar VR12 VHF needs repair

I've been in contact with Telex and although the Prostar is obsolete they still maintain some repair parts. I would contact them:

http://www.telex.com/Support/

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: i have an old Telex Prostar R-10 Series 2 wireless

Hi Randy,

If you take the receiver with you, Radioshack can absolute help you to get the right power supply with the right connector.

Regards,
Gerard

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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