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  Reply # 879977 17-Aug-2013 11:12
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I had a chap come collect one of mine - had 3 total and didn't need one. The guy must live around here since he came today to fix a fault and now knows the house inside out :)




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  Reply # 879979 17-Aug-2013 11:14
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You should put it in your contract at sign up that they are responsible to arrange collection of decoder at cancellation of service :)




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