The short answer is "no." The clerk's office has a hard enough time getting a document filed correctly in the same courthouse! :) Just re-file the Proof of Service in Torrance if you can.
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The clerks' offices are essentially specific to their courthouse and you need to insure your documents, including the POS for an RFO, are filed at the courthouse where the case is set absent directives to the contrary by court or local rule. The courts lack the resources to be able to handle documents alternatively typically.
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