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Old 26 December 2010, 18:23   #1
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Microphone Bracket GX1500S

Does anyone have a spare or know where I can get one? Mine has snapped and does not hold the microphone securely.

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Old 26 December 2010, 18:46   #2
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My clip (plastic type) snapped in two where the screws go when it was fairly new...possibly a common prob? Rang SH /Yaesu UK distr and they kindly sent out a new one FOC.
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Old 26 December 2010, 18:50   #3
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Thanks Dan,

Message has been sent via their website.

The microphone has sustained a few knocks and scapes where is has hit the deck on a few occasions and I don't want it getting any worse
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Most chandlers should have a SS clip for very ittle money (assuming you're talking about a button-on-the-back-of-the-mic type mount.) Just installed one on my boat after my epoxy-glob repair gave way (it held for about 6 months; longer than I anticipated it would.)

The SS job can be adjusted for tension by bending the center prong. I think I paid about $5 US at an overpriced boating store.

I would guess that a radio shop (like shortwave and all that stuff) would carry them as well. The button clip is a standard setup in radios (Motorola used to use it on their old cell phones, as well.)

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