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MT2000 Repair Service Needed

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I'm in Northern California, close to the SF Airport. I'm looking for a shop that does test and repair work on MT2000's at a reasonable price. So does anyone have experince with a local bay area shop? Thanks
 

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two need a LCD replacement (some bad pixels) , 3 have a "buzz" when transmitting as well as low modulation (although the carrier is strong) . They all need to be checked to ensure they are putting out the max power. I think I need a full shop for this, but thanks for the offer.
 
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