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Nakamichi phone #'s

Hey, thanks for your help. It's probably a little too late in the evening to be calling the manufacturer though. What do you suggest?

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You can try

http://www.tubesandmore.com/ phone: 480.820.5411

there isn't much else you can do, just try the contact numbers for each place otherwise you will have to wait, everything doesn't seem to go the way we want it to I'm afraid

Good Luck and please let me know if you need more help

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