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Old 08-20-2013, 11:28 AM   #1
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Just a quick notation to any of you looking for a reputable ,service oriented and inexpensive supplier of Solar Panels and Off Grid accessories you may want to contact
Northern Arizona Wind & Sun , Inc . Attention Robert Snipe www.solar-electric.com I have had a very positive experience with this company in the procurement of two more Kyocera 140 watt Panels to replace the Golf Ball Broken SportsMobile provided 135 watt panel . Attitude and desire to serve were my first impressions and it only got better from there . Very refreshing to reach someone who seems to care .
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:31 PM   #2
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We bought our panel from them as well. Had a great experience and would definitely recommend them.
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Just a quick notation to any of you looking for a reputable ,service oriented and inexpensive supplier of Solar Panels and Off Grid accessories you may want to contact
Northern Arizona Wind & Sun , Inc . Attention Robert Snipe http://www.solar-electric.com I have had a very positive experience with this company in the procurement of two more Kyocera 140 watt Panels to replace the Golf Ball Broken SportsMobile provided 135 watt panel . Attitude and desire to serve were my first impressions and it only got better from there . Very refreshing to reach someone who seems to care .
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Who's golf ball(s) Gregg I mean 2 panels? You didn't happen to be cruising with your van on the green in front of one of those driving ranges were you
Are the new panels a direct fit of the 135's?
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:57 PM   #4
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Dave ,
Only one is currently broken but after contacting a half a dozen Internet sites that were strong on selling and very short on knowledge ,service and pricing I decided that if I found a reputable dealer I would purchase a backup for future broken panels . It should be a direct exchange for the the Kyocera 135 watt Dave and I will have Peter change it out when I am up at the Factory on the 28 th along with some other possible add ons and repairs .

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