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Author Topic: Noma  (Read 4188 times)

Offline jonathan cassiday

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« on: November 10, 2004, 10:39:00 pm »
I am just getting ready for christmas and was going through some of my lights and i noticed alot of variations in my noma light sets regarding tri-plugs and sockets and even the end conectors on sets that were manufactured roughly at the same time. Does anyone know how many diffrent production facilities noma had in the U.S and Canada? thought it was very interesting to  see such variatons in sets that are so simular

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