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Numatic hoover broken down

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Did you check your fuses?

Posted on Feb 15, 2012

  • ingrid gray Feb 21, 2012

    YES THANKS, I HAD IT REPAIRED FAIRLY CHEAP FROM A FRIEND SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE SWITCH. THANK,S FOR TIP

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