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Topic: espresso machine repairs (3 msgs / 50 lines)
1) From: Zara Haimo
My Giotto needs more help than I can give it at home - I think there's something wrong with the thermostat, but there may be more problems and I've hit my limit on what I feel capable of doing with the tools I have.  I remember Sandy's disaster with a repair shop that destroyed her espresso machine and don't want to repeat her experience.  Does anyone have any advice on how to find a competent repair shop or know of one in the San Francisco Bay area or am I better off finding a Giotto repair place nationally and shipping my machine to them?
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2) From: Robert Yoder
Hi Zara,
 
You might try calling Mr. Espresso in Oakland.  Not sure if they would do it, but they do sell and service espresso machines all over the place.  They're not cheap, but they are certainly experienced!
 
Failing that, I'm always happy to take sick machines to tinker with (grin).
 
Good luck on your quest (as it were).
 
Happy Roasting,
 
robert yoder 
 
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3) From: Mark Jones
Try talking with Seattle Coffee Gear. 
Mark P. Jones


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