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We are using a Shure PG58 wireless mic. It worked very well for about 1 year and then it would work on/off. Even when we put new batteries in the mic it still just goes dead. Any suggestions?

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Unfortunately, there are many, many things that can cause a unit to be non-functional. Try calling Shure to get it repaired, or call Delta Audio at 773-764-3634. Delta Audio also repairs older Shure equipment.

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

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