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How do you remove the crt touch screen on a 1989 reatta?

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Try model electronics in NY.

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If that's not lighting up, you need to replace the unit. I have a spare one if you're interested. It's not perfect. The very bottom of the screen is starting to become very slightly distorted, but I will sell it very cheap. Just bought the entire interior from an '88 Reatta from a junkyard. Message center came with it. Let me know.
Bruce McGowan - waterskiers2@yahoo.com

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LPD AUTOWRECKING OR ASK THEM TO PUT YOU ON A HOTLINE. 626/359-8945 PS. ITS GONNA BE USED.

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