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Raymarine Raypilot 65 remote LCD display OEM?

Raymarine Raypilot 65 remote LCD display OEM?

I have a remote which is the aged twin to this:

http://www.thehulltruth.com/attachme...058r.jpg?stc=1

Our RP65 display is suffering from UV, and it's becoming unreadable.

As a long shot, does anyone know the LCD OEM chip maker/number? Raymarine no longer services this unit, and all my attempts to find a replacement have come up empty, even at more than a dozen used outfits on the Eastern half of the US. I'd be willing to swap it out, even if it weren't in a push-pull receiver (unsoldering and resoldering the new in), as the alternative is to go to the wireless units which are hundreds of bux and an entirely different installation.

Alternatively, anyone upgrading and have one of these lying around?

The best way to reach me, due to limited bandwidth (meaning I'll probably not get to check in here much), is to email me skipgundlach at gmail dot com

Thanks.

L8R

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