INSOLVENCY experts seeking a buyer for failed retail chain The Gadget Shop have closed its Huddersfield store.
The Kingsgate store, which employed five people, is one of 10 to be closed by the administrators, PKF.
It means the chain, which sells hi-tech gadgets and games, has closed 20 of its 65 stores - with the loss of 190 jobs - since going into administration last month.
The latest batch of stores to be axed include ones in north London, Birmingham, Carlisle, Newcastle, Cardiff and Bath.
PKF said talks were continuing with a potential buyer for the remaining stores.
The closure of the Huddersfield store brings the number of empty shops at the Kingsgate centre to five.
Centre manager Jonathan Hardy said: "We had hoped that the administrators were going to find a buyer. But that hasn't happened yet."
Mr Hardy said Kingsgate bosses were keen to market the empty shops - and were confident of finding tenants.
But four of the five were still in the hands of administrators handling the affairs of the retailers who leased them.
Mr Hardy added: "We have one offer on the table for a unit we can proceed with. We hope it won't be much longer before the others can be released back to us."
He said: "We know there is demand out there, but until the legal and contract issues are resolved we can't actively market four of the units."
Mr Hardy said most of the Kingsgate tenants continued to trade well, with stores including Beatties, Next and Waterstones reporting strong sales.