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Is the Pb-1709 and the Pb1709a the same

Ft-901dm I need a replacement pll unit. Is the Pb-1709 and the Pb1709a the same

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It appears that there is one transistor difference in the two models.

Posted on Dec 30, 2014

  • langhi Dec 30, 2014

    It appears that there is one transistor difference in the two models.

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