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The element in the griller is falling down. Il ive in Chatswood Sydney . Who can fix it

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This is the list of repair center in Sydney:--- Nearest post office: West Chatswood Post Shop, 2 Help Street Chatswood NSW 2067
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Astron Electronics2/62 Macquarie St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia(02) 9821 2190.--------------------Mobile Appliance repair centreParramatta Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia1800 044 841 0421 859 227 (Mobile).----------------------------------Commercial Combined Catering28/28/98 Ourimbah Road, Sydney NSW 2088, Australia0433 718 083 (02) 9953 5044------------------------------Stove DoctorPO Box 94, West Ryde NSW 2114, Australia(02)9012 0992 (Fax) 0413 419 641 (Mobile)------------------------This are the repair centers.Hope this helps you.Thanks.

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