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  • Full Name: Colton Prevost
  • Location: #121 Gasoline Alley (Ocean side, purple wall)
  • Expires: 20 days, 23 hours

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  • Item listed by: on August 9, 2017

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    Storefront in town, with most iPhone parts kept in stock- screens & batteries repaired and back in your hands within an hour! We also sell refurbished iPhones, with new batteries pre-installed.

    Specializing in repairing iPhones and iPads, including screens, batteries, charging ports, buttons, liquid damage and more. We do buy damaged devices, so don’t let old iPhones/iPads/iPods rot in your drawers; recycle them!

    Drop by my shop or contact through email with your device’s model number
    (On the back starting with ‘A’ for Apple devices)

    Drop-in hours: Tues-Fri, 10am-3pm

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