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PCBs/Fluid OK, so, where are the PCBs and if I see fluid, what do I do about it? Are there replacements and how much $ do you think we're talking about? Thanks! Rudy

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THE BOARDS ARE NOT FOR SALE, YOU HAVE TO REPAIR OR CAN SEND TO FACTORY FOR REPAIR.....TIME.....MONEY!

FLUID / ELECTRONICS.......... BAD NEWS.

BUT DO HAVE THIS CONDITION???

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