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    To Login or Sign up click the Login or Signup link at the top right of your screen.

    If you are a new member you need to click the Sign Up link show below.

    You will be directed through a few questions, we will ask about the equipment you work on. This helps members give you the right advice or connect with others that have the same equipment.

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