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VHF Marine handheld Transcever GPS bad screen

It looks like my LED is cracked, may have been caused by internal heat.

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Hello jmartin1. I need some more info, Mgfr., model & serial#. You maybe able to replace the display yourself. The heat could be caused by no air flow inside unit or dust/corrosion bulidup, mabe solved by cleaning.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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