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Garmin MX20

N677ap

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I sold my plane and have a working Garmin MX20 sitting in a box. The avionics shop did some wiring work on my GNS480 and when they turned everything on, there was a poof of smoke from the MX20. they pulled the unit and found that a screw at the back end below the port had touched the positive side of where it is soldered to the board internally. They did a quick check of the MX20 with the cover off and it is working fine. They put a piece of rubberized tape over the screw inside so it doesn't come in contact again. Has a little smell of smoke, but works fine.

Asking $700 for it. Includes the data card and tray. That's the shipped price to anywhere in the lower 48.
 
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N677ap

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Still for sale. Here are some pictures of it before taking it out of the panel.

 
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