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    Default Fixing a dead LED

    The forward arrow LED on my V1 (out of warranty, of course) stopped lighting up a while back, and I'm finally bothered enough by it to fix it. How complicated a process is replacing an LED? Something a relative novice can do, or am I better off paying Valentine the rather hefty fee for it?

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    Default Re: Fixing a dead LED

    I would suggest sending it back to the mother ship for that repair. As for cost, I donít really think it will cost a lot.

 

 

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