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Sansui Hi Fi System MC-X5

I need the following spare part for my above system:

TC-TMP-47C860N. Where can I find it? My Email address is: zsnizam@gmail.com

Thanks for your help.

Zahid Nizam

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SOURCE: owners manual for a Sony Mini Hi-Fi, component system,MHC-GX250

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You can download the required manual from:

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