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when to replace a prosumer machine

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How many years you can expect to get out of the machine before you need to get a new one?. I have Pasquini Livia 90 that served me very well for 10 years, now I need a new heating element, gaskets and other small parts with repain at $550. Should I stick with it or get a new one. Thanks.   


Answered by Louis-Jordan
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Thank you for your question. Prosumer units last about 7-8 years on average with good care and proper maintenance. In the case of your machine, I would say it's probably more economical to put money into a new unit instead of putting money into repairing your current unit. Even if you get your machine repaired, it is starting to get old, and other parts will eventually start to fail.

06-27-14 09:24AM
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