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We are having in focus projector in our office, since one week we are trying to get in touch with your local customer care persons for repair the In focus Projector. Till date the problem not rectified. And response is very very bad. Request you to look into this on high priority and do the needful.

Thanks in advance

with best regards
Srinivas
GVK Biosciences Private Limited
#210, 6-3-1192, Kundanbagh,
Begumpet, Lifestyle Building,
Hyderabad - 500 016
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Telephone # 6692 9999
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