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Prada Cesare

142 Via Riviera, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy

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Dal 1983 a Pavia, Prada Cesare, tecnico specializzato, esegue riparazioni di televisori, HI-FI e prodotti audio video.

La ditta Prada Cesare opera a Pavia da oltre 30 anni, offre una vasta gamma di servizi e interventi tecnologici quali:

Riparazione Televisori Pavia
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Riparazioni Televisori, Hi-Fi, videoregistratori, audio / video e altri dispositivi elettronici. Disponibile ritiro e consegna a domicilio. Semplice, veloce, conveniente il servizio della nostra ditta. Scopri tutti i servizi del nostro centro assistenza tecnica di Pavia.

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142 Via Riviera, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy