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Hi Noodlees

Bets bet is to go back to Krell and see if they can help you directly. Other wise, they willgive you an dealer near to you what can source the parts for you.

To Contact the Krell Service Department
Krell Industries, Inc.
45 Connair Road
Orange, CT 06477-3650 USA TEL 203-799-9954
Monday-Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST FAX 203-795-2287 E-MAIL service@krellonline.com
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Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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