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Can i do you have a shop or something so i can bring it to you cause i don't want to brake anything so can you do for under $60.00 which includes the top and the bottom screen?

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  • madison95380 Jun 21, 2008

    can you put the top and the bottom screen on cause i don't want to brake anything.

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