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    Damaged Power Expander Sport

    My power expander sport was damaged in a crash, bending several of the connector pins on one side of the unit. I could straighten them and . Is it worth sending in to have it repaired or should I just replace it? I know the basic check-up is $15, but do you think the total cost would be likely to exceed $50 if there is no other damage in addition to the bent pins? If so, there's no point in fixing it.

    I can attach a picture if that would help.

    -Pat

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    RE: Damaged Power Expander Sport

    Hi,
    Repairs rarely go over $30 or so. If there is no physical damage then I doubt you would be anywhere near this.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
    www.Smart-Fly.com


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