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My mums Aiwa cassette player wont play do you know of a Aiwa repairer in Sydney aus? regards Joe

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A.T.E.S.est1972. in Brisbane has been an agent for Aiwa since Adam was a cowboy.

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219 Bennetts Road, Norman Park, QLD 4170
p: (07) 3395 5755 f: (07) 3395 5173
Email Ates Electronic Repairs

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Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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