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Dear Sir,

Would you please sending us a water pump and confirm it from your stock as for the same coffee machine as above which is leaking from sealers. We need this spare parts as well price including,
as quick as possible, take you for your cooperation.

Waiting your news, Best regards

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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