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    Arrow Hurricane MFD model 3280224

    Display is now repaired. All digits visible with good contrast.

    Display had modest digit fading, never been opened before now. Responded well to the standard MFD repair for faded digits.

    Very slight wrinkling to the face decal, otherwise looks good.

    If I get some time I will open it up and correct the digit fading. Price goes up once I have fixed it, of course.

    Make me an offer as is and save me some time fixing it.
    So, what does a working Hurricane MFD fetch these days?



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    Powered up on my workbench after repair.

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    Engine hours counter has been reset to zero.
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    Unfortunatly in my experience I have found that cutting open an MFD lowers its value.just my experience. hope you experience the opposite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drkvampire2001 View Post
    Unfortunately in my experience I have found that cutting open an MFD lowers its value. just my experience...
    People pay more for a display that has faded digits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Drkvampire2001 View Post
    Unfortunately in my experience I have found that cutting open an MFD lowers its value. just my experience...
    People pay more for a display that has faded digits?
    They pay for a display that has not been opened up I dont understand it myself I had a perfectly good repairs mfd guy didn't want it did buy my faded one for 15 more then I wanted for the fixed maybe so they could fix them self to know it was done correctly? Not sure I mean everything you do is top notch but not all know that

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