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Elec Range in Puerto Rico

2nd request
I live in New York
My mother in Puerto Rico needs an electric range
Im looking at item MERB750CAW that sells for 499.00
I want to pay in New York so that she can pick-up in the Caguas store in PR
Please advise / how can I place the order

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  • Fcoll May 24, 2008

    I could'nt find ranges on list i just entered this item so that i coul get throught

    my request ids for an electric range stove

  • Fcoll May 24, 2008

    If i buy the item at home depot they take the order and payment , they fax the documents to PR and i pick up in puerto rico

    I beleive that buying at home depot is more apropiated

  • Fcoll May 25, 2008

    I want to buy in new york so that they could pick up the items aat best buy store in puerto rico

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See if this page will help has contacts for stores there so you may pay with credit card http://www.puertoricoplanner.com/cag.htm

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