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harvey lee

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Sandmannd

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Directv Recievers

#888539 - 10/28/06 01:23 PM (69.180.169.168) Edit Reply Quote

I have two older receivers. They still work, I don't have the remotes for them but universal or RCA remotes will work and are under 5 bucks. I'll give them to the first taker. It would be good for a camper or fish house if you put a dish on it. I think I might have an old dish I'll try to find.

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Mark Gangl

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Loc: Nashwauk, Minnesota, US Re: Directv Recievers [Re: Sandmannd]

#888601 - 10/28/06 05:16 PM (170.215.10.42) Edit Reply Quote

where you located? if anywhere along the way from ely-nashwauk-st. cloud-hutch i'll take them

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Loc: Stacy, MN Re: Directv Recievers [Re: Sandmannd]

#888615 - 10/28/06 06:12 PM (70.98.193.209) Edit Reply Quote

Sounds like Ebay to me?!?!?!?!?!

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Re: Directv Recievers [Re: LwnmwnMan2]

#888629 - 10/28/06 07:03 PM (69.180.169.168) Edit Reply Quote

Mark, I'm located in St. Paul. As far as Ebay, I had them on craig's list for $5. I'd rather give them to a fellow outdoorsman then deal with phone calls and emails. Not worth the five bucks. If someone wants to use them for tailgating, fishing, hunting etc. they are free to have them.

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Loc: Glencoe, MN Re: Directv Recievers [Re: Sandmannd]

#889129 - 10/30/06 08:09 AM (69.68.192.218) Edit Reply Quote

I would be interested in one of the receivers. I am in the Chaska(SW) area. Maybe we could arrange to meet somewhere? Let me know. Give me a call when you can (612)308-6070.

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Re: Directv Recievers [Re: beeess]

#894584 - 11/07/06 10:29 AM (69.180.169.168) Edit Reply Quote

I gave you a call this weekend beez. Still have it if you want it. You can email me at [email protected]

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Sandmannd

This post is fine . I moved it by mistake.

Sorry for the mistake, nothing wrong.

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hawkeye43

harvey lee, can I get in line next??Looks like fishhouse writen all over it. wink.gif 1 All I need, don't want to get greedy

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woody1975

Perfect for a cabin!

Put me in line next please.

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