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Pro-96 DSP PCB

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gatekeep

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I am curious, I own a Pro-96 and it was accidentally left out in the rain (yes the person who did this got scorned...), anyway, I was wondering if anyone has the approx. price of the DSP PCB, as I'm sure thats what went.

Radio will lock up at:
DSP LOADING
BOOT: F1.0

So before I go and dish out rediculous amounts of $$$ to RS to have this thing fixed, I was wondering if anyone knows the price of the DSP portion of the radio.

Thanks!
 

Jeffn8wb

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To be honest, I would rather let them go through the radio and clean everything. Yes, you may be having problems with the DSP section, but there may be a problem somewhere else as well. Water damage on the circuit board can be a major problem when it comes to repairing the radio.
As long as you are able to make sure everything is clean I doubt that you have much to lose. But if it were me I would probably rather send it in for service.
 
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