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Bit of an iTunes AppTV question

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I filled my Apple TV and I can't sync it with my laptop cos it's still synced with an old laptop I don't have any more. If I pair it with my new laptop it will wipe the movies I have bought from iTunes from it.

My question then is, will I be able to go back to iTunes and re download the movies I have already purchased without having to pay again.
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