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Do You Have an Xbox?

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If you own a M$ Xbox you may want to read this article from the Chicago Tribune summarizing a power cord failure that could cause injury and even fire. This article includes a phone number to get your replacement cord. I'm more glad than ever we use a Playstation2. Big Grin

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