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Aiwa Radio Faceplate Model Cdc-x116 Cdcx116 Tested Good Guaranteed on

US $20.00

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Aiwa Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:CDC-X116 CDCX116 Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown



Cosmetic conditions: TESTED GOOD GUARANTEED It works great. Faceplate has been tested prior, and will be tested before shipping.

Returns: I accept returns only within 7 days after received it. All sales are final after 7 days. If you want to return a item you need to contact me before you return it.

Warranty: If the item does not work as I stated, I will refund your money. Faceplate has been marked.

Shipping: FREE SHIPPING. We ship the item via USPS and we will provide a tracking #. Free shipping only USA

Questions: If you have any questions please feel free to ask.


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