Edmond, OK (January 21, 2009) -- The Keeley Electronics Factory in Edmond, Oklahoma burst into flames last Thursday afternoon, destroying various workspace areas and some inventory.  The good news is the

Edmond, OK (January 21, 2009) -- The Keeley Electronics Factory in Edmond, Oklahoma burst into flames last Thursday afternoon, destroying various workspace areas and some inventory. 

The good news is the conditions were originally reported much worse than they appear today. The most recent word from Keeley USA is that completed dealer stock was essentially untouched by the fire except for some smoke damage that might require reboxing of products, according to Moonphase news. 

Keeley has temporarily disabled their online shopping cart system to prevent new orders from being placed until further notice. Questions regarding exisiting or future orders are to be directed to the following email address: sales@robertkeeley.co.uk

For more information on the fire, check out this local news story at newsok.com.

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