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Returning a adapter

I want to return my usb adapter but dont have the box it came in just the reciept i want to get another one just like it the one i have buned out or it no longer works had it for 3 days.

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I guess it's best to check it with the store where you purchased the device, they can tell you whether you really need the box or if you can just return it without it.

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