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Where to repair a JamMan

Unless they have changed their policy, Lex no longer repairs JamMen. 
Try Bob Sellon <BobSellon@stecrecords.com>

At 6:13 PM -0800 1/11/04, Travis Hartnett wrote:
>Lex used to have a flat-fee repair policy for boxes from that era 
>(Vortex, Alex, etc).  I seem to remember $135 being the magic number 
>for repairing anything on it.  Give them a buzz and they'll give you 
>the current skinny.
>On Jan 11, 2004, at 5:14 PM, 
>Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com wrote:
>>So my questions are what are my options?  Does Lexicon still 
>>service the Jammans?  How much can I expect that they will charge 
>>for repair?  Anybody know of anyplace else to have it serviced, 
>>ideally in the Seattle area?  Can/should I consider replacing the 
>>encoder on my own and if so where could I locate an encoder and how 
>>much are they going for?
>>Any insight anybody can offer is greatly appreciated.
>>please and thanks,

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