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    Thanks Steenamaroo. Yes there is another hole on the other side and the clip looks just as you describe. Going to try again when I get home later tonight!

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    Hi Steenamaroo. I have just managed to get the top off using g your instructions. Thanks! Just a very small piece of fine cotton thread fell out. It seems to work fine with the head off. Anything I should check before putting it back? The diaphragm looks intact.
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    That's great news.
    No, not really. Just make sure there's no loose debris and check that the disc inside the cap has no loose material on it.

    To save yourself a bit of trouble you can put the cap back on without the circlip and check how things sound.
    I recommend holding the cap upside down (grill to the floor) and offering it up to the microphone, rather that trying to set the grill on the mic, grill facing ceiling,
    because that little disc tends to fall out and could hit the diaphragm quite easily.
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    After testing again I've put the cap back on with the springclip and it is sounding great! Going to do some recording today to check it out for a longer time. Thanks so much for all your help Steenamaroo. This mic means a lot to me - it's been used for a number of albums and live gigs.

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    Nice work man!
    Hope it lasts for a long time.

    Now....I'm interested to know if Nola's is the same or not.....
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