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2 Free Direct TV receivers *GONE*

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No dish. Just the receivers. mikeg@myclearwave.net Luverne,MN

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any idea what shipping costs would be to rochester? i'd be interested in one or both of them.

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I will find out.

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Are they just the standard recievers? I am interested in one of them if you could ship to Hibbing. 55746

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The shipping should be under $10 to Rochester. mikeg@myclearwave.net

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just abit of advice, when you get rid of the dtv system you need to call them and give them the name of the new owner. Direct will refuse to ativate the rec. if it is still registered to you.

It's a policy to protect customers. found out the hard way.

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If no one takes them I need a power cord for one of mine. I have a travel trailer I use for work, and some how when I put it away for the winter I lost the cord for the reciever.

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The receivers I have are hard wired.

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Thanks anyway.

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Hi stray dog I have two dishs and recievers in deer river if you want you can have them both, but I don't know if they are hard wired or not Jason 218 244 4435

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I found what I needed, Thank you anyway.

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