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Question Details Asked:May 24, 2012 - 09:34 AMStatus:Closed
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Send the original module in for repair. There are several companies on the net that can rebuild it for you at a minimal cost.
I already had the original module sent in and fixed. The problem is that it still does the same thing when hooked up.
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