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Plotter Rl70c no image

Hello i have a RL70c combined plotter radar unit at switch on the screen is white with no images atall can you help

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  • noih Jan 13, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem, I would be interested in buying one as a replacement.

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Sounds like it died...i happen to have one for sail with 4k dome

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