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The FICM voltage should never drop that low, I think 45v is the lowest you should ever see, so that is a problem that you should address.
How you go about it is up to you, if you feel comfortable soldering very small components then you might want to give a try, but most FICM repair places won't work on it after it's been messed with.
There are several FICM repair places to choose from.
Some guys opt to just go with the Swamps FICM (either 48v or 58v) which has many of the electrical components upgraded.
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