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Panasonic Cq-df601u Faceplate 50wx4 Cd Receiver on 2040-parts.com

US $8.99
Location:

Austin, Texas, United States

Austin, Texas, United States
Normal usage marks.
Brand:Panasonic Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:CQ-DF601U

USED Panasonic CQ-DF601U Faceplate.  Looks to be in good condition.  Prongs on back do not appear to be damaged.  I no longer have the head unit so there is no way to test the item.  The 3rd photo is a stock photo of the unit.

Sold as is.  No reserve.  No Returns.  Ask about shipping prior to bidding.  Ask any questions prior to bidding. Item not tested.

Shipped day after payment received USPS mail.  
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