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Wanted: Narco AT165 XPDR

philiplane

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Keep the AT150, or slide in an AT50A if you are having problems with it. The AT50A is the better of the three and there are several shops supporting them. When Narco went out of business they digital models they made became orphans. The digital 165 is completely unsupported by anyone since Narco never let parts or repair manuals out of the factory for those models.
 

mdjezierski

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So did Narco throw the manuals into a barrel and burn them? Surely some employee took some work home when the end was near
 

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What's it worth? I was thinking of replacing mine....
 

tlrussell

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I use these forums to learn stuff. I hate it when an interesting post goes dark. If you don't mind lets just finish the transaction using the forum so everyone can see what its worth and the transaction if it works out.
 

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To my knowledge, which includes knowing some key Narco employees at the time the doors closed, no manuals were ever released because Narco intended to follow the Garmin model of new products. All service would be performed at the factory, keeping the revenue stream in house and dealers would only get sales and installation work.
 

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