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XTS 1500 H66SDC9PW5AN chassis question

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Jul 13, 2008
Hi,I need some help locating the part number for a Motorola XTS 1500 H66SDC9PW5AN chassis rear (the backplate ) ? The RF board won’t fit on the backplate that I have due to the AN board being straight. The BN version of the RF board has a cut out on both sides.....Thanks!


Feb 24, 2001
The two part numbers I found are:




the PML... one still shows up on a MOL parts search while the other does not. That leads me to believe that PML... is the BN version, but I"m guessing.

Here is 2785889D01 referenced in a Motorola parts list from 2003 - so, probably the AN version.

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