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Not power on the light,and not function the microphone.

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If it is a cordless microphone, there may be cell in it. pls find & replace it. if microphone is connected via wires, may be wire is open. try to check the wire with a resistence tester. if found defective, replace the wire.

Posted on Sep 03, 2011

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