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#1 posted 08-23-2012 09:54 PM

Just to clarify a previous post: “At the High school I volunteer at they have one and it has been in for repair at least a dozen times.” A quick look at your website and city pointed me to the high school.

Our records indicate it was in for repair only once back in 2007. The side of the machine had a big crack down it as if it had been dropped. Records indicate that the box and packaging did not appear damaged at all. Later notation indicates board sensor error, which is most likely dust blocking the electronic sensor (about a $20 part or it can be cleaned and cost you nothing, but a little elbow grease). Doesn’t look like they’ve use it since then.

Unless a machine has severe base damage to it, there is really no reason that it can’t still be put back into operation. Sometimes, it only takes a good cleaning, lubricating and a couple of new parts.

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