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I can't get the parts for my sherwood amplifier which is 2sd1510 and 2sb2510

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2SB2510=KTB2510 ,2SD1510=KTD1510

Posted on Aug 17, 2011

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Dear sir i can got it
it coast 25$ without delivery fees

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