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RE: Magnum Dynalab MD-90 problems

If it was hooked up to an outdoor antennae it could have been damaged from a close lightening strike. We have a lot of lightening, have had a few tuners with SS front ends damaged. Sometimes other equipment is damaged, sometimes the tuner attached to the outdoor antennae was the only thing damaged. Unfortunately, it is not usually an easy fix.

I just looked at their web site, if I am understanding it correctly, they have a set $150 service charge. If so, that is a good price. I also tried to find a schematic, didn't have any luck, another reason manufacturer is a good route to getting it repaired.


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