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MONITOR Hello fellow tech. It's Abi again in regards to the RAD-5S Monitor, I forgot to tell you that I'm a tv repair technician. The reason that I asked for assistance is because I don't have the service manual for this unit and I was wondering if you had a repair tip for it. Thanks in advance for your help. My regards, Abi AR Audio/Video Tech Luquillo, PR 787-889-5246 email: lopezreyes@prtc.net

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    Abimael Reyes Jul 25, 2008

    thanks for your assistence.

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Nope

I leave the CRT's to someone with electronics training (Something I lack) and documentation of KDS items is pretty hard to get.

SOrry I can't help/

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