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Topic # 30223 2-Feb-2009 10:49
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Used for 1 day, works extremely well.

Full details here:

PS3 Toothfairy

This is one of the only devices that has all the functions of the PS3 bluetooth remote.

Costs about $180 to get to NZ plus you need an original bluetooth remote to use for parts.

This one is already done and works really well with my Harmony 785. Comes with power supply.

I'm only selling as I've decided to go on a HTPC mission.

$175 including overnight courier in NZ.

Also for sale is my PS3 with 320gb hard drive (originally 40gb model). Comes with 2 X PS3 controllers, original 40gb drive in an external 2.5" USB 2.0 case, Eye toy and all cables. About 1 year old in great condition, some light scratching on the top of the unit. I will also include Abba Singstar (PS3 version) plus two mics and converter and PS2 Singstar game. $600. Includes 2-3 day courier.

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  Reply # 193433 2-Feb-2009 15:39
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Just out of interest, what do you have to do with the BT remote?



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  Reply # 193435 2-Feb-2009 15:41
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You take out the PCB out of the remote and install it into the toothfairy unit. Pretty god instructions are online and it only took me about 15 mintues.



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  Reply # 194883 9-Feb-2009 12:58
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Tothfairy has now sold.

PS3 still for sale:

PS3
320gb hard drive
Original 40gb drive in 2.5" external drive
2 Sony Wireless controllers
ABBA Singstar (PS3 version) with 2 mics and converter
PS2 Singstar game

All cables supplied. all in good condition, some light scratches on top of PS3, nothing too bad.

$590 inc courier within NZ.

Paypal accepted.

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