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Need replacement cd drive and casette drive for a philips az2045/17 or a used working replacement unit

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At one time you could get a whole refurbished unit for $60. That pretty much makes yours not economically repairable, assuming the parts are all you need and the labor is free.

http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Philips-AZ2045-CD-Boombox-with-Remote-Refurbished/866894/product.html

I'd look around on eBay for a similar replacement.

Posted on May 27, 2011

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