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Hi, I am wondering if I remove DVD from the school what will ....

.......happen, if it's written:Do not remove?
Thank you very much!:-)

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  • sas_tras Nov 17, 2008

    Oh, I'm sorry, never mind. I misunderstood some directions. Thank you anyway.


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