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Our Hitachi Model #50UX52B went dead...No sound no picture...Any suggestions for service TV people in the Morris County New Jersey area?

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SOURCE: my tunturi J660 is 13 years old. I have never had

Call Accell Fitness of North America their in Ontario Canada they are the Tunturi distributor. Call them @ 1-800-999-3756

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Hitachi Model #50UX52B went totally blank...were told that we need a fly back #BW00632 part. Having a hard time finding one and a reputable service person to replace it...New Jersey

Sorry we have no parts here.

Posted on May 11, 2017

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