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II HAVE A HITACHI SONG PLAYERS RADIO AM FM DVD ETC MODEL 1993 I BROKEN THE SLIDING DOOR FOR SINGLE DVD I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE NAME ADRESS AND TEL FOR A RÉPARATORS AROUND GATINEAU/OTTAWA CANADA

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  • KOBEL999 Jul 07, 2008

    SORRY I HAVE A HITACHI SONG SYSTEM RADIO AM FM WITH CD PLAYERS

  • KOBEL999 Jul 07, 2008

    I'M LOOKING FOR A REPARATORS STORE IN MY CITY

    I LIVE AROUND OTTAWA CITY CANADA



    IF YOU ARE THE NAME TEL NUMBER AND THE ADRESS FOR A RéPARTORS HITACHI SYSTEMS SONG AROUND HERE PLEASE HELP ME TO FIND THIS STORE THANKS

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