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MTM700
TETRA Mobile Terminal
380-430 MHz (MT912)
806-870 MHz (MT712)
Basic Service Manual
Part Number: 6866534D20-C
@6866534D20@
WLS EMEA / European Publications Department Berlin, 6866534D20-C, Issued: 03.2004

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  • Page 1 MTM700 TETRA Mobile Terminal 380-430 MHz (MT912) 806-870 MHz (MT712) Basic Service Manual Part Number: 6866534D20-C @6866534D20@ WLS EMEA / European Publications Department Berlin, 6866534D20-C, Issued: 03.2004...
  • Page 2: Computer Software Copyrights

    Copyright Copyright © 1999-2004 Motorola Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of Motorola Inc.
  • Page 3: Document History

    DOCUMENT HISTORY MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual DOCUMENT HISTORY The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition Description Date 6866534D20-O Initial edition Dec. 2001 6866534D20-A Update for Rev B and Rev C Radio Tanapas Feb.
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  • Page 5: Compliance With Rf Energy Exposure Standards

    C a u t i o n INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS. Compliance with RF Energy Exposure Standards Your Motorola radio is designed and tested to comply with a number of national and international standards and guidelines regarding human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy, including: •...
  • Page 6: Transmit And Receive

    MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual Product Safety and RF Exposure COMPLIANCE AND CONTROL GUIDELINES AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MOBILE RADIOS To ensure optimal performance and compliance with the RF energy exposure limits in the above standards and guidelines, always adhere to the following procedures: Transmit and Receive •...
  • Page 7: Fixed Site Antennas

    Product Safety and RF Exposure MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual • Use only Motorola approved supplied antenna or Motorola approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the radio and may violate RF exposure guidelines. •...
  • Page 8: Driver Safety

    MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual Product Safety and RF Exposure 2. Before installing the radio, determine the location of the electronic control modules and their harnesses in the vehicle. 3. Route all radio wiring, including the antenna transmission line, as far away as possible from the electronic control units and associated wiring.
  • Page 9: Additional Important Information

    Product Safety and RF Exposure MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SERVICING AND INSTALLING THE RADIO C a u t i o n Only specialized workshops should be contacted for installation, maintenance and repair work.
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  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual CONTENTS COPYRIGHT COMPUTER SOFTWARE COPYRIGHTS Trademarks ..........ii...
  • Page 12 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual CONTENTS CHAPTER 4 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO Programming of Software Features and Flashing of Radio Firmware 4 - 1 Before Using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) ..4 - 1 CodePlug Reading .
  • Page 13 CONTENTS MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual xiii Reassembly the Radio Chassis And Transceiver Board ..6 - 8 Control Head Fitting ....... . . 6 - 8 Standard Control Head - Disassembly .
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  • Page 15: Scope & Warranty Information

    SCOPE & WARRANTY INFORMATION MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 1 - 1 CHAPTER 1 SCOPE & WARRANTY INFORMATION SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL This manual is intended for use by service technicians familiar with similar types of equipment. It contains information required for the installation of the equipment described and is current as of the printing date.
  • Page 16: Manuals & User Guides

    MTM700 Basic Service Manual (English) 6804112J71 MTM700 Basic Service Manual (Mandarin) Basic User Guides (standard version) 6866537D44 MTM700 Basic User Guide (English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish) 6804112J69 MTM700 User Guide (Mandarin) Basic User Guides (Motorcycle version) 6866537D45 MTM700 Basic User Guide (English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish)
  • Page 17: Warranty And Service Support

    "return for repair" warranty, a check of the product should be performed prior to shipping the unit back to Motorola. This is to ensure that the product has been correctly programmed or has not been subjected to damage outside the terms of the warranty.
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  • Page 19: Model Information & Accessories

    MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 2 - 1 CHAPTER 2 MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES MTM700 Mobile Radio Model Information This manual applies to the following MTM700 Mobile Radio Models Type No. Sales Model No. Short Description Model MT912...
  • Page 20: Mtm700 Model Specifications

    2 - 2 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES MTM700 Model Specifications GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER π ETSi: ETS 300 394-1 Receiver Type: Superheterodyne Modulation Type: /4DQPSK Type Number: Frequency Range: RF Power: 380-430 MHz MT912...
  • Page 21: Mtm700 Model Descriptions

    Dash/Desk Mount with MTM700 Mobile Radio (380-430MHz) with Direct Mount Control Head, Speaker, Microphone or Handset, Standard User Guide, and Installation Accessories. Remote Mount with MTM700 Mobile Radio (380-430MHz) with Remote Mount Control Head, optional either with remote mount front housing or expansion control head, Speaker, Microphone or Handset, Remote Mount cables, Standard User Guide, and Installation Accessories.
  • Page 22 2 - 4 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES MTM700 ACCESSORIES 380-430 MHz 806-870 MHz Handset Part Number Telephone Style, Complete Handset GMUN1006_ Antennas Part Number Rooftop Mount Antenna for 380 - 400 MHz FAE 5521_...
  • Page 23 MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 2 - 5 MTM700 ACCESSORIES 380-430 MHz 806-870 MHz Power Cable Part Number US Linecord (3060665A04) packed NTN7373AR Euro Linecord (3060665A04) packed NTN7374AR UK Linecord (3002120F02) packed NTN7375AR Argentina Linecord...
  • Page 24 2 - 6 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES *) Compatibility of Active Data Cable GMKN1022 Compatible Category Model / Part No. Description Yes / No Radio Model M1 / M47PCN6TZ5AN MTM700 380-430 Dash/Desk UHF / MT 912 with Rev.
  • Page 25: Overview

    Digital Modulation Technique The MTM700 is a 380-430 MHz or 806-870 MHz mobile that can operate in dispatch mode. It uses two digital technologies: π/4 DQPSK and Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA). π/4 DQPSK is a modulation technique that transmits information by altering the phase of the radio frequency (RF) signal.
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  • Page 27: Programming The Radio

    PROGRAMMING THE RADIO MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 4 - 1 CHAPTER 4 PROGRAMMING THE RADIO Programming of Software Features and Flashing of Radio Firmware SETING UP THE HARDWARE The programming cable interfaces between the radio and an IBM PC (or compatible computer) running the TETRA CPS.
  • Page 28 4 - 2 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual PROGRAMMING THE RADIO To Computer Serial Port MTM700 e Hardware To MTM700 Accessory Connector on the rear side Programming Cable GMKN4067_ Figure 1 PROGRAMMING WITH STANDARD CONTROL HEAD To Computer Serial Port...
  • Page 29: Codeplug Reading

    PROGRAMMING THE RADIO MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 4 - 3 To Computer Serial Port MTM700 e Hardware Connect Pin 6 to Pin 14 To MTM700 to switch on the radio and 9 Pin Connector to enter programming mode.
  • Page 30: Frequency Programming

    4 - 4 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual PROGRAMMING THE RADIO After a successful writing, the message “The operation was successful” appears on the computer screen. 5. Press the OK button. Frequency Programming Carry out the following steps if you need to add or change the radio frequencies.
  • Page 31: Application Programming

    PROGRAMMING THE RADIO MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 4 - 5 Hereafter, there is no need for quick sequence of pressing the radio keys. 8. Press the “Down” navigation key to scoll to “Cell Lists” 9. Press the “Ok” key.
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  • Page 33: Test Setup & Testing

    5 - 1 CHAPTER 5 TEST SETUP & TESTING Any level 3 repairs can deeply affect the performance of the MTM700 radio and may cause a new tuning procedure. This tuning procedure can only be applied by certain authorized Motorola W A R N I N G depots where the appropriate TEST&TUNE EQUIPMENT is available.
  • Page 34: Test Equipment

    5 - 2 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Test Equipment The table below lists the special test equipment required for servicing TETRA mobile radios. Table 1 Test Equipment Name Part Number Digital Multimeter R1072_...
  • Page 35: Test Check List

    TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 3 Test Check List The following table summarises the required test setups. (Values for 380-430 MHz radio in brackets [ ]) Table 2 Test setup Test Name...
  • Page 36: Receiver Tests

    5 - 4 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Table 2 Test setup Test Name Test Setup Radio Setup Test Conditions Limits Frequency Error -/+ 80Hz Vector Error Max 10% RMS, Max 30% Peak, Max 5% Residual...
  • Page 37: Configuration Of The Ifr 2968 System Setup

    TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 5 Configuration of the IFR 2968 System Setup The setup depends on the firmware version of the IFR 2968, the firmware version of the radio and the customer programming of the radio.
  • Page 38 5 - 6 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING 9. Press the “Control Channel” soft key and enter “2040” [“840”] using the data keys fol- lowed by the “Control Channel” soft key. 10. Press the “Traffic Channel” soft key and enter “2040” [“840”] using the data keys.
  • Page 39 TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 7 NEIGHBOUR CELL BROADCAST: NOT REQUIRED BROADCAST INTERVAL: NEIGHBOUR CELL CHANNEL: 0000 NEIGHBOUR CELL LOCATION AREA: 00001 NEIGHBOUR CELL IDENTIFIER: SLOW RE-SELECT THRESHOLD: 10dB SLOW RE-SELECT HYSTERESIS:...
  • Page 40: Configuration Of The Ifr 2968 Manual Test Screen

    5 - 8 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Configuration of the IFR 2968 Manual Test Screen The setup depends on the firmware version of the IFR 2968, the firmware version of the radio and the customer programming of the radio. The following procedure is only an example.
  • Page 41: Rf Tests

    TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 9 RF Tests Receiver Tests Simulate Base Station (registration) 1. Turn the radio ON 2. Check that registration and “ITSI: ---/----/01490199” (as example only) is displayed on the IFR “Manual Test”...
  • Page 42: Transmitter Tests

    5 - 10 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Actual RSSI measured =IFR RF Gen Level - Cable insertion loss +/- other stray losses. Range of Actual RSSI measured = -90dBm - XdB (cable) +/- 1 dB.
  • Page 43: Call Processing Test

    TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 11 Call Processing Test Before you start these tests, make sure that radio and test equipment are configured the same as given in the Transmitter Test. Talk Back 1.
  • Page 44 5 - 12 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING - Frequency Error: -/+ 80Hz - Vector Error: Max 10% RMS, Max 30% Peak. Max 5% Residual. 4. Press the “Talk Back” soft key. 5. Speak into the radio microphone and hear your speech (after a short delay) from the radio loudspeaker.
  • Page 45: Service Flow Chart (Board Level)

    TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 13 Service Flow Chart (Board Level) Start NOTE: Before replacing any kits, check the If the radio does not have a control head flexes to the control head or expansion attached, you need to connect a control head.
  • Page 46: Self Check (Error & Fail Codes)

    MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Self Check (Error & Fail Codes) Table 1 lists the possible self check error (non fatal) codes for MTM700 Mobile Radios. No corrective action is required. Table 3 Self Check Error (Non-Fatal) Codes...
  • Page 47 TEST SETUP & TESTING MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 5 - 15 Table 4 Self Check Error (Non-Fatal) Codes Message Cause Fail00811 CP-Corrupted codeplug Fail00812 CP-Radio operation system error Fail00813 CP-Lower layer error Fail00814 CP-Too many arguments Fail00815...
  • Page 48: Fuses On The Mainboard

    5 - 16 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual TEST SETUP & TESTING Fuses on the Mainboard C5859 C5857 Q5804 R0404 C0322 C5854 TP0404 C5845 R0407 R0412 C5846 C5855 R0409 R0408 C0320 R0410 R0411 5802 C0337 U0304 TP5401 C0138...
  • Page 49: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 1 CHAPTER 6 MAINTENANCE Introduction This chapter provides details about the following: • Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning). • Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices. • Repair procedures and techniques.
  • Page 50: Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces

    6 - 2 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces Apply the 0.5% detergent-water solution sparingly with a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to work all loose dirt away from the radio. Use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue to remove the solution and dry the radio.
  • Page 51: Safe Handling Of Cmos And Ldmos Devices

    • Ground the working surface of the service bench to protect the CMOS device. We recommend using the Motorola Static Protection Assembly (part number 0180386A82), which includes a wrist strap, two ground cords, a table mat, and a floor mat.
  • Page 52: Repair Procedures And Techniques - General

    When damaged parts are replaced, identical parts should be used. If the identical replacement part is not locally available, check the parts list for the proper Motorola part number and order the part from the nearest Motorola Communications parts center listed in the “SUPPORT CENTRES”...
  • Page 53: Radio Disassembly And Reassembly - Detailed

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 5 Radio Disassembly and Reassembly - Detailed The procedure to remove and replace a Control Head, Top Cover or Transceiver Board is similar for all models of radio. A typical procedure is therefore shown followed by specific disassembly...
  • Page 54: Top Cover Removal

    6 - 6 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE CH_D__FLEX__M_CHAS Figure 2 Flexible Connection Removal Remove the flexible connection from the socket on the control head board. Top Cover Removal Insert the dismantling tool in the middle of the radio assembly side groove as shown in Figure 6 - 3.
  • Page 55: Transceiver Board Removal

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 7 Transceiver Board Removal Remove six screws from the diecast cover using the T20 TORX™ driver as shown in Figure 6 - 4. Lift the cover from the chassis. Screws (6)
  • Page 56: Reassembly The Radio Chassis And Transceiver Board

    6 - 8 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Reassembly the Radio Chassis And Transceiver Board Inspect the transceiver board and ONLY if the surface of the thermal pads show signs of dam- age, remove the thermal pads and apply thermal grease to the heatsink area on the chassis and heat dissipating devices.
  • Page 57: Standard Control Head - Disassembly

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 9 Standard Control Head - Disassembly To dismount the control head housing from the back housing, insert the dismantling tool in the groove between the two housings as shown in the following Figure.
  • Page 58: Standard Control Head - Reassembly

    6 - 10 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Standard Control Head - Reassembly Fit the rubber keypad onto the board ensuring that the on/off control and on the board locate correctly with the cut-outs in the keypad.
  • Page 59: Remote Mount Head - Disassembly

    To Disassemble the Radio from the Control Head Remove the Control Head from the Transceiver by inserting the dismantling tool (Motorola part number 6686119B01) in the recess between the Control Head and the Transceiver. Split the Controlhead into Front and Back housings by inserting the dismantling tool in the recess between them.
  • Page 60: Remote Mount Head - Reassembly

    6 - 12 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Remote Mount Head - Reassembly To Reassemble the Remote Front Housing: Connect the flex from the Remote Front Housing to the top small connector in the Transceiver. NOTE: For correct orientation of the flex in the Transceiver, the “plastic” tab should be up, contacts facing down.
  • Page 61: Expansion Head - Disassembly

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 13 Expansion Head - Disassembly CAUTION: The radio must be disconnected from the power supply before commencing any disassembly. The Radio Installation Manual should be referred to for more detailed informa- tion warnings and safety.
  • Page 62: Expansion Head - Reassembly

    6 - 14 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE To Disassemble the Connector Board from Expansion Head Housing Remove the silicon rubber frame Remove the four screws from the connector board. Remove all the protection caps on the front of the expansion head housing.
  • Page 63: Motorcycle Control Head - Disassembly

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 15 Motorcycle Control Head - Disassembly For disassembly of the Motorcycle version control head, use the following tools: Parker’s screwdriver, a pair of tweezers. Unscrew the wing screws of the control head trunnion and remove the control head from the trunnion.
  • Page 64: Motorcycle Control Head - Reassembly

    The following table lists the service aids recommended for working on the radio. While all of these items are available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any equivalent item capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed.
  • Page 65: Exploded Views & Parts Lists

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 17 EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS NOTE: For optimum performance, all replacement parts, diodes, transistors and integrated circuits must be ordered by Motorola part numbers. Parts contained in this manual are the only ones that will be available for replacement.
  • Page 66 6 - 18 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Table 17 Transceiver Parts List Item No. Description Part Number Antenna Connector 0986166B01 Power Connector 0986165B01 Connector 20 Pos. 1586184B01 Connector Assembly 2886122B02 Connector Housing 16Pos. 1580922V01 Gasket Accessory Connector...
  • Page 67: Standard Control Head - Exploded View And Parts List

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 19 Standard Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List ZWG0130201-O Figure 12 Standard Control Head - Exploded View Table 18 Standard Control Head - Parts List Item No Description...
  • Page 68: Expansion Head - Exploded View And Parts List

    6 - 20 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Expansion Head - Exploded View and Parts List Figure 13 Expansion Head - Exploded View Table 19 Expansion Head - Parts List Item No Description Part No Expansion Head Housing...
  • Page 69: Remote Mount Head - Exploded View And Parts List

    MAINTENANCE MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual 6 - 21 Remote Mount Head - Exploded View and Parts List Figure 14 Remote Mount Head - Exploded View Table 20 Remote Mount Head - Parts List Item No Description Part No...
  • Page 70: Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View And Parts List

    6 - 22 MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual MAINTENANCE Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List Figure 15 Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View Table 21 Motorcycle Control Head - Parts List Item No. Description Part No.
  • Page 71: Replacement Parts & Kits

    Level 2 maintenance contact your local Motorola CGISS office for information. For details, please refer to relevant support Depots on pages A-2 to A-4. The MTM700 mobiles are programmed at the factory. They cannot be tuned at the field service level.
  • Page 72: Support Centers

    Accessory Division (AAD). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are avail- able for that kit or assembly.
  • Page 73: Asia, Pacific Region

    Accessory Division (AAD). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are avail- able for that kit or assembly.
  • Page 74: Latin America Region

    CP 05120 Mexico DF Bogota - Colombia 5252576700 Tel: (571) 376-6990 Piece Parts To order parts in Latin America and the Caribbean contact your local Motorola CGISS representative. MOTOROLA, INC. MOTOROLA DE COLOMBIA, LTDA. Latin American Countries Region Carrera 7 #71-52...
  • Page 75: Service Kits

    MTM700 Mobile Terminal / Basic Service Manual REPLACEMENT PARTS & KITS A - 5 SERVICE KITS Table 1 Model Information Type No. Sales Model No. Short Description Model MT912 M47PCN6TZ5AN MTM700 380-430 MHz, STD DASH/DESK MT912 M47PCN6TZ6AN MTM700 380-430 MHz, STD REMOTE...
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  • Page 77: Product Specific Information For Digital Radios Type Mt912 And Mt712

    Fuse Identification In case of blown fuses during the installation only replace those with identically value. Never insert different values. Fuse for Power Cable GKN6270/GKN6274: 10A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E05) Fuse for Ignition Sense Cable HKN9327: 4A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E02)
  • Page 78: Spezielle Produkt Information Für Funkgeräte Des Typs Mt912 Und Mt712

    Leitung reduziert. Daraus kann sich eine Verringerung der Leistungsmerkmale des Gerätes ergeben. Sicherungen Sollte während der Installation die Sicherung durchbrennen, darf sie nur durch eine gleichwertige Sicherung ersetzt werden. Sicherung für DC Kabel GKN6270/GKN6274: 10A (Motorola Bestellnummer: 65C80283E05) Sicherung für Ignition Sense Kabel HKN9327: 4A (Motorola Bestellnummer: 65C80283E02)

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