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Ncr 7167 pcb with feed paper button

Hi expert have this pcb any number of part? i search because is damage
and the rotary knife too!!
thanks!!

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  • rayad_77 Aug 22, 2008

    the number of pcb i need is up of de the printer have a feed paper button

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WE HAVE PLENTY OF THESE IN STOCK! <-- NCR Technician now Sales Rep... WE CAN REPAIR THIS!

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