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Wilcox advertises that they repair them. 

http://www.wilcoxsound.net/index.html

I've not had any worked on by them, though -- maybe others here have.

Here's their eBay listing for the service:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SANKEN-COS-11-WIRELESS-LAVALIER-MIC-REPAIR-WE-WILL-REPAIR-YOUR-MIC-/371342940032?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5675c39780

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Wilcox is the only place I know if that can repair them at the mic head if that's where the issue is.

Otherwise, if it's simply at the connector you can easily do it or I'd suppose anywhere that can solder could pull it off.

Screen-wise I have no experience other than telling production "we need new mic here".

 

Scott

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