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Shure T2-CV Hand-held wireless mic - battery contacts are degraded and deformed. What do I need to replace the contacts or assembly?

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  • dravis Apr 04, 2011

    Are the contacts broken or covered in battery acid?

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Your best bet is to sontact Shure. They are always very helpful. Ask for the service department. These parts are readily available and are not expensive. Once you gain access to the internal board, changing the parts is trivial. I have ordered numerous sets of these in the past and keep some in stock as they fatigue after a while.

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