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Old 09-08-2012, 12:33 AM   #13
nutcase
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Before spending a lot of money on a new machine. I would contact SP and discuss the problem with them again to see if you can come up with some agreeable solution with them. I would probably send the machine back to them as it can probably be fixed for far less that a new machine would cost. You would be better off as you already have a new machine, since you didn't hardly use it, that is working correctly and if later you decided you don't want it, you could sell it in working condition. Selling a machine not in working condition won't bring in much money or interest.
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