Introduction

The windscreen is designed to prevent dust and moisture from getting into the microphone. It is held onto the microphone by a single 0.4 cm long Phillips head screw attached by a mounting bracket. Due to its fragile design, the windscreen can easily be torn, but it can quickly be replaced with the help of this guide.

Parts

No parts required.

First remove the microphone from the headset. Pull gently on the end of the microphone where it attaches to the headset. First remove the microphone from the headset. Pull gently on the end of the microphone where it attaches to the headset.
  • First remove the microphone from the headset. Pull gently on the end of the microphone where it attaches to the headset.

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Using a Philips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the 4-mm-long screw that attaches the windscreen to the microphone. Using a Philips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the 4-mm-long screw that attaches the windscreen to the microphone.
  • Using a Philips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the 4-mm-long screw that attaches the windscreen to the microphone.

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Now that the screw is removed, remove the slim metal plate at the base of the windscreen by gently pulling on the plate. Then slide the windscreen off of the microphone.
  • Now that the screw is removed, remove the slim metal plate at the base of the windscreen by gently pulling on the plate.

  • Then slide the windscreen off of the microphone.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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