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Usually, none of the financial institutions will lend money for startup businesses, unless the loan is backed by collateral like real estate, or a guarantee from a parent etc. However, because you are disabled, contact your local social services organisations because there may be government or private sources they can recommend.
You will greatly improve your chances if you have a written business plan - a simple one will do, but it MUST set out the business objectives, value propositions, competitive position and milestones that will measure your success. You will find pro forma plans on line
There are many many online parts stores for washing machines and other appliances. You need to shop for best prices. Be prepared to pay extra for shipping and have a longer waiting period.
I know a local small business repairman who orders any parts I need at his cost and a smaller shipping cost. I don't have to wait as long and he is very helpful--if not amused--with my efforts at fixing things.
Go with the small business if looking locally. They can get any part the big stores can, and will often charge you less. Plus, the parts usually come in the next day.
That is a laser fault. Normally the motor that turns the mirrors in the laser assembly is failing. You can also try this. take the back off the machine, there is a ribbon cable attached to the main board that I have seen unplugging and re connecting resolves an L6. about the best price I have seen on that laser is about $300. Google a business called "the parts drop". You can look up the part and price there. Honestly, that is one heck of a job replacing that laser. You pretty much have to split the machine in half to replace it.
Pretty much yes. That message is that the Polygon mirror, is not spinning. That is the motor/mirror assembly inside the laser unit. There is a slight chance it is just sticky, but that motor failure is not uncommon at all in that product.
You can try going on google and searching a business called " the parts drop" and call, ask for Britt. There are 2 different lasr units for that machine, simply called a large and small laser unit.