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WE HAVE A GAGGIA CLASSIC MACHINE PURCHASED IN 2003. THE BLACK PART OF THE MILK FROTHER HAS PERISHED. CAN YOU BUY REPLACEMENT ONES. WE ARE IN BRISBANE.

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    Ernest R May 11, 2010

    I don't know where in brisbane you can get a Parnello but there are a few sites online such as Wholelattelove that you can get it.

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You will need a new complete frother.
There a a few agents in brisbane under coffee machine repairs in the yellow pages.
North and southside of town

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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