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I HAVE HITACHI SJ300-550HFE GIVING E23.6(GATE ARRAY ERROR) I HAVE CHECKED THE CABEL STRIP IT FOUND OK ANY OTHER SOLUTION ?

I HAVE CHECKED THE CABEL STRIP AND IT FOUND OK

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