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Transmitter of my mic does not satnsd at one channel

When i switch on my mic transmitter, it remains stable for 30 seconds and channels begin to change automatically. It is not stable anymore. any kind of help will be a great support for me.
With Regards
Vishal Goyal

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It sounds like the button is probably sticking. I suggest sending it to Shure fore repairs. Info can be found at www.shure.com/service

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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