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Decide on the likely sources and get the price with any tax and shipping. If you use a credit card go online and review your transactions for that amount and for merchants that could have sold it to you. If the store has a loyalty program and you are in it they may be able to tell you what credits you earned when and identify the transaction. If the part is a store brand then you may be able to figure out which store sells it. I am guessing you have a warranty issue. They may help without the receipt if you can present a compelling case or high probability of having purchased it with them. it could simply fall into a customer satisfaction issue and they will help you if they like you (be nice.) If you bought it online and have not cleared your internet history then you may be able to go back in your browser's history to eight months ago and see which places you searched and find a transaction; perhaps the last place listed. Good luck... It sounds like a problem I would have, lol!
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