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Old 09-13-2006, 07:25 AM   #1
CDN Gixer Guy
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Need good home electronics repair shop!

Any one here know of a good place to get home stereo equipment fixed? I know there's lots go stores out there but I want some place that is recommended by someone who knows they do a good job. I have a Harmon Kardon reciever that got damaged when i moved and now I have static coming out over the right rear surround speaker and I want to get it fixed.
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