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    component of vs component from

    Sould I say 'componets of a manufacturer' or 'components from a manufacturer'?

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    #2

    Re: component of vs component from

    If you mean items that they make, use "from."

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    Re: component of vs component from

    As usual, a full sentence would have been more useful.

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