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RCA G2G Gear 5" TFT Display with /S-Video Input Game Kit strap

Hi, anyone have an idea on how to get a new strap for this system. We lost ours. The system still works great. Thanks for your help

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I HAVE TWO OF THESE (NEVER USED)

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Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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