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    #1

    He was mistaken in his opinion on the reason for the breakdown?

    It's me again.

    I would like to say that the owner expressed his opinion on the cause of the breakdown but he was wrong/mistaken.

    Could I say it like that: He was mistaken in his opinion on/about the reason for the breakdown?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: He was mistaken in his opinion on the reason for the breakdown?

    Yes.

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