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I can't find the 16 volt P lamps for the Nakamichi 410 and 420.

Would you know who might have them? Thanks.

Rick

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Rick, If you look in the yellow pages under 'Electronic Equipment and Supplies- Dealers' And take 'em the old one, odds are they'll have something that will work. Radio Shack may even come close. Good Luck!

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