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Stolen dvd player

I've had my dvd player stolen from this system i have all the leads display, speakers etc but all is useless without the player i have looked everywhere on the internet but no joy any help?

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  • raa j Feb 07, 2008

    contacted pioneer they told me to go to a retailer and see if they will try and order one. We'll see!

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Contact Pioneer sales for assistance. Unfortunately, systems such as these are only packaged as a set, and are never available as indivdual parts...accordianman

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