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283 what does the SUFFIX CODE READ FII5M

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You have posted variations on this cryptic code on at least 4 forums, without ever bothering to identify the equipment. If you go to the correct forum for whatever-it-is, and state the problem fully, together with the make and model, you may find assistance - but no-one here is going to waste time trying to unscramble this mish-mosh of apparently unrelated characters.

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