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Part needed i have a 25ltr draper compressor and need a new condensor part 28433. i live in telford, shropshire. can you tell me where i can locally get a part from. please reply asap. thanks mike smith

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Hi yellow pages electric motor rewinds any good rewind shop will have them just take the old one with you hope this helps merlin v12
i am a retired blacksmith and have loads of gear to sell /intrested
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