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Need help findind a small appliance repair place in Montreal region

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Panter39 Nov 2, 2009 05:45 PM

I don't know if this is the proper forum to ask this, if not fell free to redirect me. I'm looking for a place to have an old Kenwood stand mixer service, It just need some adjustments and maybe new grease but it still work well. I know about "Le centre du rasoir" but had a not so good experience couple of years ago with a Cuisinart fp repair and would like to avoid them if possible. I would like a small repair shop where I could eventually have all my small appliance maintenance done, if such a place still exist...
Thanks in advance for you input !
PS I'm desesparated !!!! :)

  1. kpzoo Nov 2, 2009 05:52 PM

    I've had good experiences at Leon Service on Sherbrooke W. in NDG. They used to give a free estimate, if it was repairable - not sure what their current policies are. Fixed a VCR for me, tried to have an espresso maker fixed there but unfortunately it was a gift sent up from the US and they couldn't get the right parts ID here.

    Leon Service
    5887 Rue Sherbrooke O
    Montreal QC, H4A 1X6
    Phone #: 514-488-3363

    There is also Mr. Fixit on Decarie but they don't give a free estimate. Been in biz for a long time. Fixed a dehumidifier for me.

    Mr. Fixit
    4652 Boulevard Décarie
    Montreal, QC H3X 2H5, Canada
    (514) 484-8332

    http://www.themrfixit.com/eng/home.htm
    Edit: weird, just noticed they don't mention appliances on the site at all so maybe they changed their focus, but you could call to ask.

    Good luck!

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      Panter39 Nov 3, 2009 07:20 AM

      Well thank you for your post kpzoo, I will contact them and see what they can do.
      Thanks a lot again!

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      Basilqueen Nov 6, 2009 05:48 AM

      Hi highly recommend Mr. Fixit - honest and faily priced. Good luck.

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        erich wiess Nov 6, 2009 05:46 PM

        I find Mr. Fixit to be a very charming guy - but I am always both underwhelmed by the work done, and taken aback by the price charged. That said, "small appliance repair" is up there with breeders of passenger pigeons - there are precious few practitioners left. Perhaps we should be happy that there are any at all.
        Mr. Fixit does boast one bitch'n fish tank.

        1. re: erich wiess
          TheSnowpea Nov 7, 2009 05:57 AM

          I'm with you, Erich, I've had two disappointments with Fixit and have avoided them since. Maybe next time I'll try KPZoo's recco and try Leon.

      2. Andria Nov 7, 2009 06:51 AM

        You could also try Apollo on Gouin in Pierrefonds. They pretty much have everything when it comes to parts.
        http://www.apolloparts.com/enindex.html

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