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Manual Dutchess Divider BM 36 - Needs Service

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The Culinary Bake Shop in my Voc School has a Dutchess BM-59 (that's how old it is-it had a discreet model #) dough divider,  similar to the BM36,  that needs service. Easttern Bakers in Boston used to offer a refurb service for a few hundred bucks (well worth it!) The old paisano who did it has long since retired. After googling & calling around i've found little help in this matter. Even Dutchess didn't have a clue. Does anyone know of a service company in the New England area who still works on these puppies? I'll gladly schlep it to & fro. We're on Martha's Vineyard, so everywhere is a schlep to us.  All help greatly appreciated!   regards,  bobdrob

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you could try this company I use in CT, I think they service in MA as well.  Service One 203-333-7024.  You could also try this company: Valley Service 978-794-9424.  I hope this helps

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thanks matt - I'll give them a call tomorrow AM.  Anybody else got a recommendation?

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to follow up: Service one would do it, but they're too far to be practcal for us. Valley didn't do the machine, but steered me to a CFESA site that pointed me to  Harris-Warren in yarmouth port on the Cape. They said they'd do the work. Hooray for old school skills!  thanks Matt - lovely offspring BTW!

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to follow up: Service one would do it, but they're too far to be practcal for us. Valley didn't do the machine, but steered me to a CFESA site that pointed me to  Harris-Warren in yarmouth port on the Cape. They said they'd do the work. Hooray for old school skills!  thanks Matt - lovely offspring BTW!

 

Anything to help, good luck with the repairs. 

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