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HI IM AFTER A NEW TWEETER FOR A MISSION CENTRE SPEAKER MODEL 75C THE ACTUAL PART NUMBER IS 3C-HFCEN/ I'M STRUGGLING TO FIND ANYWHERE THAT DOES THE PART. I'VE SENT AN EMAIL TO MISSION SPARES WITH NO REPLY. IF ANYONE IS ABLE TO ASSIST I'D BE MOST GRATEFUL

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Hallo, i have a pair. if you need can write me at la_sgarrassa.trm@libero.it
write object: tweeter mission.
regards. _luca_

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SOURCE: mission 753 spares / tweeters

Hi Ricky...saw your post re the 753 Mission tweeters. Your post goes back some months ago but I wondered if you got fixed up with replacement ones or a workaround ??
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