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Thanks! thanks for your help...i bought this unit used and now I need to try to get my $ back... I have a decent understand of electronics...do you think this would be a complex problem, or a just a small fix?

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It depends if your not comfortable with working in circuit boards any attempt would probably be more prblems than what's it's worth. you have to have a good eye hand cordination and the circuits are quite small and require specialized tools. get your money back. don't forget to rate my help to you I appreciate it and also feel free to contact me by using my id tab on the site anytime you have a problem related to this topic or others

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