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Posted on 2000-03-18
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I have a Shamrock monitor that has apparently gone bad.  I was trying to get in touch with Shamrock to see if it was still under warranty, only to find out that Shamrock does not seem to exist anymore.  Can someone tell me if they were bought out and who the company was that bought them, or did they just plain go out of business?  http://www.shamrockusa.com no longer exists.
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I found a German site : http://www.shamrock-computer.de/
maybe u can try it this way around ,and
find a dealer in the US.
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