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Old 12-09-2012, 06:21 AM   #53
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Originally Posted by lois577 View Post
Are you sure there's no way to repair it? It seems to me that a high-end stove like you have should last more than 5 years. Even if there's no warranty, maybe the cost to repair it would be worth it?
the few people I've talked too about seem to think that since i caught on fire, the repairs would be very costly. so I'm making due for now...not on my list of things to fix while DH is out of work. I need my sewing machine fixed first!! Military ball is March 16th and I gotta dress to make!!

so if you need a christmas gift for me....I think I'd now consider a new sewing machine...actually I think that would be cheaper to fix than getting a new one...Just need to find the time to track down a sewing machine repair shop.
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