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1. remove the monitor dome. adjust the LOT Focus. ( lot top side preset)

2. remove the G4 wire focus ( neck base ) cleen and fixed.

3. replaced the neck base.

4. last and final replaced the lot.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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