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Replacement foil Hi I am after a foil for HP 6435. It is code HP 6106. Are these available from any country?? As I have been told they are unavailable here in Australia. Thanks Kiri

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Hi!

We're a Philips Service Centre, have just confirmed with Philips that HP6106/999 IS available in Australia and we have access to them! You'd be looking at $16.50, postage anywhere in Oz is $4.20.

If you still want one, email us!

Regards, Lisa

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Hi, need the foil too. I live in canada does anyone know where I can get one? please help

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