Looking for Milwaukee PW repair person

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  1. Beetlebug

    Beetlebug Registered User

    Dec 5, 2002
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    Hi,
    I just sold a watch to another gentleman and unluckilly it arrived and no longer "ticked" (to quote). I don't think this is a major repair problem so I'd like him to take it to someone locally for a look. He is in Milwaukee, WI and I don't know of anyone near him to recommend. Can anyone makes some recommendations?

    Thanks alot for the help!
     
  2. Beetlebug

    Beetlebug Registered User

    Dec 5, 2002
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    Hi,
    I just sold a watch to another gentleman and unluckilly it arrived and no longer "ticked" (to quote). I don't think this is a major repair problem so I'd like him to take it to someone locally for a look. He is in Milwaukee, WI and I don't know of anyone near him to recommend. Can anyone makes some recommendations?

    Thanks alot for the help!
     
  3. Jon Hanson

    Jon Hanson Registered User
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    Irv Bard in Milwaukee; he used to own a place called "G & G's Miracle house" named after his father in law. I think the name has changed but he is still in business. He is an old friend of mine-say hello for me!

    Jon

    Jon Hanson, nawcc#8801
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