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' Icom Ic m700 Mic Mod'

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Technical 1 iIliI
Bulletin ICOM
IC M700
The original HM28 hand microphone is no longer available The M700
must be modified to accept a replacement HM114 hand microphone
lRemove the top cover 12 screws
2Unplug the HM 28 microphone from 53 on the MICCUNIT remove mic
3Unplug the other 2 jacks from the MICCUNIT
4Remove the 3 screws holding the MlC board and remove it from the chassis
5Carefully unsolder 53
6Replace 53 with a new connector 93605432 and solder pins
7Reinstall the mic board with the 3 previously removed screws
8With a sharp knife cut off the mic cord restraint on the new HM 114 mic
OThread HM 114 cord into M700 via side hole follow routing of old mic and plug
into new 53 The small 2 pin connector on the new mic is not needed
loReinstall other 2 Jacks Jl and 52 previously removed
11Reinstall top cover
Note UpDown buttons will not work on the HM 114
Mic C Unit
Mic C Unit
Mic Restraint
Witha sharp knie cut lenghtword
Donot cut ble insulorion
J3 J2

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