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Date: 20 Oct 2006 07:54:21
From: Heat + Beans
Subject: Maybe a good espresso machined deal
My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
deal. All IMO, of course.

Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.

I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
cries for "Helllp!"

tin (who has a financial interest in this post)





 
Date: 22 Oct 2006 00:47:09
From: daveb
Subject: Re: Maybe a good espresso
check the crimps on the connectors tin -- that could be it.


daveb
Heat + Beans wrote:
> My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
> fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
> wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
> no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
> deal. All IMO, of course.
>
> Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.
>
> I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
> someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
> cries for "Helllp!"
>
> tin (who has a financial interest in this post)



 
Date: 20 Oct 2006 16:17:43
From: Heat + Beans
Subject: Re: Maybe a good espresso machined deal
Thanks for putting up the link, Jack. It's an unusual offer, best
suited to someone who isn't timid about trouble-shooting and maybe
replacing the faulty grumpsphlow scrimmel. There may not be enough
guaranteed profit to buy, fix, and resell. But the deal might connect
with someone who wants the machine to use or to fix for someone else.
I wouldn't mind comments here on the "risk factors."

The short story is that it looks good and does not respond to flipping
the switch other than the lights. If I knew of a walk-in shop in L.A.,
I'd take it in. For the next few months I don't have the time/skill to
concentrate on it, and UPS back and forth across the country just seems
excessive.

tin




Jack Denver wrote:
> If you are going to do this, at least make it easy -
>
> Link here: http://www.coffeegeek.com/forums/members/buysell/261127
>
> Asking $475
>
> "Heat + Beans" <heatgunroast@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1161356061.055117.99230@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
> > My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
> > fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
> > wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
> > no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
> > deal. All IMO, of course.
> >
> > Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.
> >
> > I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
> > someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
> > cries for "Helllp!"
> >
> > tin (who has a financial interest in this post)
> >



 
Date: 20 Oct 2006 20:15:07
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Maybe a good espresso machined deal
Heat + Beans wrote:
> My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
> fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
> wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
> no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
> deal. All IMO, of course.
>
> Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.
>
> I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
> someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
> cries for "Helllp!"
>
> tin (who has a financial interest in this post)
>

I (and others here) don't use coffeegeek often. How about more
details here for those that might be interested - cost etc?

--
Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



  
Date: 20 Oct 2006 22:19:46
From: Brian Colwell
Subject: Re: Maybe a good espresso machined deal

"Danny" <danny@nospam.gaggia-espresso.com > wrote in message
news:4pslgrFke6vtU1@individual.net...
> Heat + Beans wrote:
>> My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
>> fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
>> wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
>> no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
>> deal. All IMO, of course.
>>
>> Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.
>>
>> I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
>> someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
>> cries for "Helllp!"
>>
>> tin (who has a financial interest in this post)
>>
>
> I (and others here) don't use coffeegeek often. How about more details
> here for those that might be interested - cost etc?
>
> --
> Regards, Danny
>
> http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
> http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)
>
Danny,
Did you see Jack's easy link that he posted, that took you
directly to the item in question.........looks pretty decent !

Regards,
BMC




 
Date: 20 Oct 2006 11:04:27
From: Jack Denver
Subject: Re: Maybe a good espresso machined deal
If you are going to do this, at least make it easy -

Link here: http://www.coffeegeek.com/forums/members/buysell/261127

Asking $475

"Heat + Beans" <heatgunroast@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1161356061.055117.99230@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
> My cosmetically gorgeous Isomac Tea would be a screaming,
> fall-off-your-chair bargain . . . .if it worked. If you fix what's
> wrong without sending it in for repair, and enjoy doing it, it would be
> no less a bargain. If you had to put some money into it, still a good
> deal. All IMO, of course.
>
> Posted with pics on CoffeeGeek's buy-sell-trade page.
>
> I'm on order for a LaSpaz Vivaldi II from Chris. So I'll have to find
> someone other than Schulman to pester when I send out my inevitable
> cries for "Helllp!"
>
> tin (who has a financial interest in this post)
>