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Frank Burton

Apr 23, 2005, 4:10 PM

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"Small" appliance repair

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Does anyone know of "good" small appliance repair Lakeside? A group of which I'm a member has a 100-cup electric coffeemaker which is no longer heating. Believe it cost close to $2,000 pesos and is not very old, so seems a candidate for repair.

If not Lakeside, then in Guadalajara?

Thanks,
Frank

(This post was edited by Frank Burton on Apr 23, 2005, 4:11 PM)



gale

Apr 23, 2005, 4:27 PM

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Re: [Frank Burton] "Small" appliance repair

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Frank,

There's an excellent small appliance repair shop on Marcos Castellanos in Ajijic. The shop is directly across from the Cathedral. I saw lots of TV's, VCR's and DVD players in there but I figure he'd fix coffee pots as well. He came recommended and did a good job for me.

Gale


1ajijic


Apr 23, 2005, 5:01 PM

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Re: [gale] "Small" appliance repair

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There is an appliance shop on Colon just above the light on the right side. There is another one that is recommended in Mirasol, but, I've never used him.
http://www.newbeginningsmexico.com


johanson


Apr 23, 2005, 5:13 PM

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Re: [1ajijic] "Small" appliance repair

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I have had very good luck at the appliance shop on Colon that 1ajijic recommended above.
 
 
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