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Youth light laser 2010. Bought online. It doesn't work. Opened it up to find pieces floating. Don't know what they are or if machine is fixable. Everything else looks great

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Bits what have fell of it

Posted on May 07, 2013

  • heather erickson May 07, 2013

    These bits were randomly floating around inside where the circuit board is. Do you know what they are? Or what they were supposed to be attached to?

  • heather erickson May 07, 2013

    These bits were randomly floating around inside where the circuit board is. Do you know what they are? Or what they were supposed to be attached to?

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