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Memory I bought a E1 satellite radio and after going through security at airport the memories got ruined. What can I do?

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Hi there!

This is a problem caused by the Airport's securuty systems.

They have damaged your equipment. If you were not warned of the risk and given a chance to avoid being scanned, then you should be entitled to some compensation for the damage.

Contact the airport customewr services. They should be able to advise you from there.
I hope you get some compensation for it.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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