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Author Topic: JSucks AN/USM 670  (Read 7634 times)

Offline Catfoodm22

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JSucks AN/USM 670
« on: 08-18-2005 -- 14:25:06 »
Alright for the last month I have been working on two broken (but not broken alike) Testers.  I have contacted the Engineer and although he has been helpful it still has not solved any of my 2 different problems and has since cost the Air Force some $32000.  One problem is the unit will not Pass the RMU-OA/FI check at the very very very very end of the calibration.  Second one well hell it won't align at all.  Anyone who has experienced said problems or maybe could help me with this I would be greatly appreciative. :mrgreen:

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Re: JSucks AN/USM 670
« Reply #1 on: 08-19-2005 -- 16:30:04 »
I replied to your e-mail address with a possible phone number to help you.  Hope it does.
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