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EWJKXA090B15 Thanks for hint. The quantity of suggested part is 0, so I guess it is not possible to order. It looks I have to look to the closest pot from other producers so I shall really need the electrical characteristics of the original part.

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The 0 indicates that they do not have any in either warehouse. They are a distributor of Panasonic and can order it from Panasonic for you. Just place the order, it will be ordered from Panasonic and shipped to you.


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