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WD-62825 Blinking Green Light From Hell. Do you have any PDF or JPEG files for the repair. Trying to figure out the dis-assembly process is far more difficult than the Cap exchange. If I just had a few pics of the boards or modules that would be a great help as well. Thanks, Richard

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Drop me a personal email with the model number and I can Pando you the service manual... But be descriptive as to what you need and for what model, I get more than 3000 requests a day and too old to try and remember what requests goes with what model and to whom... :)
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