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Profile of Mystero
I am a 65 year old magician who's hands are not as steady as they use to be and I find myself in possession of several half dollar flipper coins and 3 fold coins needing new elastic- anybody know someone who can repair (I,e, replace the elastic and reglue the 1 piece) on these puppies?
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If you were living in London, I'd do it for you.

Where are you based, Mystero?
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If you want to go with a professional, I'd contact either Todd Lassen or Jamie Schoolcraft
Best to call them on the phone.

I sent more info via PM.
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It would be helpful if you knew who the maker/s are.
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Profile of king_amongthepigs
If it's just replacing the bands I think it won't be too much of a challange. Maybe asking a friend to replace it for you?
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Profile of whiteoakcanyon
If there is a local IBM or SAM Chapter in your area, I am certain the members would be happy to help.
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