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Thread: Who can repair my RPM transducer circuit board?

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    Who can repair my RPM transducer circuit board?

    I'd like to get this board repaired, as it's causing a current draw on my batteries. Not sure what circuit is defective, but the current draw stops with the board out. thanx steve

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    Didn't you read the link I attached for you on your other thread?
    Bob Ashlock commented in that thread that he repairs these.

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    Actually, in contradistinction to my usual SOP, I did read your thread and thank you for your advice. I was unclear if he repaired them or just sold tach adapter sorta parts. He's already written and I'll mail this PM. thanx again. s

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    Good luck with it Steve

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    thanx again. on my way to the PO now! s

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    Think Kroon would would either fix the circuit board or perhaps sell you a newly manufactured one.

    I know they repair/restore 914-6 engine relay boards.
    You'd have to contact them to find out.
    1973 911E
    1971 914

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    thanx again. s

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    Kurt at PartsKlassic did mine on my '70E.
    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

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    thanx, Tom. I was going to call them first, but it was the weekend and Bob@ashlockTech emailed me w/i 30 minutes on a Sunday. steve

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    I sent my RPM transducer to Bob Ashlock...great, great service. It arrived yesterday and i got an email today that it had been repaired and was already on it's way home. The repair note detailed all that was wrong and how it was repaired! WOW! Beat that! I took the proactive step to include a check for the quoted repair fee + a USPS return label for ease of return. Highly recommended. thanx for the rec. steve meltzer

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