IFR 1900 Repair

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RJF19
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IFR 1900 Repair

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Can anyone recommend a service facility to repair a sick 1900 CSA? Won't lock on frequency, frequent & various warnings.
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RJF19 wrote:Can anyone recommend a service facility to repair a sick 1900 CSA? Won't lock on frequency, frequent & various warnings.
Try this facility - i have had very good experience with them fixing my 1900csa

Alltest Instruments, Inc.
500 Central Ave.
Farmingdale, NJ 07727
Ph: 732-919-3339
Fax: 732-919-3332
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Re: IFR 1900 Repair

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Hi Fineshot1

Do you have any suggestion of service places located in Los Angeles or San Diego CA ? Thanks.
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miamiwise wrote:Hi Fineshot1

Do you have any suggestion of service places located in Los Angeles or San Diego CA ? Thanks.
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No I do not - I live in NJ and have no idea of what is available in CA.
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Re: IFR 1900 Repair

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OK , Thanks !
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