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Am looking for a Brisbane supplier for a Campini TY95 thermostat

Cannot locate a supplier

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Don't know where you are ? but you can order on the web from www.apdepot.com. @ sears parts.com. and many others . that may be in your area . try google. for appliance parts.. mm

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