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    Senior Member Sunflower Girl's Avatar
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    89.99 just to clean and oil is what they charge around here. So I would guess $115.

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    Hmmm - Is $80 taken? (first choice)
    or $90 is second choice.

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    i never heard of anything costing less than $100.00, so i say $125.00 and at least one week. i hope i'm wrong on both.

    what's my prize? blue please. :lol: :lol:

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    My guess is around $120. That would be correct in this region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanquilt
    My guess is around $120. That would be correct in this region.
    if you beat me out by $5.00, i'll have to hunt you down. :wink:

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    I would say $100.00 +. I hope you are lucky enough to get it repaired very cheap. Good luck.

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    My guess is $95.00 since they will probably charge a bench fee on top of everything else. I hope I'm wrong for your sake.

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    Game OVER folks, the machine is back and even though I paid for a service/clean/oil three months ago from another shop, this fellow said that's "ALL" she needed.

    99.00 + 1.00part + 13.00 TAX

    And the winner is FroggyinTexas! I will be PM ing you for your mailing address! Fun playing with you quilters
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    Loved the game, glad your machine is fixed.

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    one of those shops is lyin' 'til he's dyin'. now, which one?

    i love that the 'part' is a needle :D

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    Not sure about your problem but we just picked out my Featherweight from the repair shop. I had expected it would cost maybe $40 since the only problem was timing, nope, the bill was $76, ouch!

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    I had mine worked on on my Brother embroidery machine about 4 years ago. There was thread caught in it. They charged me for a cleaning, around $80 - $90. Good luck.

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    I seldom use my thread cutter! Oops, guess I shouldn't admit that. I prefer my scissors. My guess is that it will cost $65. I hope I am high, but that is my guess. Hope you get your machine back soon!

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    I imagine that at a minimum, it will cost $69 and depending on the problem it could be much more.

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    I too could use a good repair man for my 1530 Bernina and my 1953 singer. I will guess 142.50.

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    So happy you got your machine fixed! I can't believe they charged you for a needle though!

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