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I have a raymarine rl70 plus radar/chart plotter. The backlight does not work. Is this an easy fix? Where can I buy the parts. Thanks for any help or suggestions.

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A replacement backlight is available from a company called Being Seen Technologies,

I believe their toll free phone number is 888 457-0117

good luck

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I have one of these same units brand new for sale real cheap

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