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Rubber drive band snapped and took out a earth and grey wire, can it be repaired? approx. how much?

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Any electrician should be able to repair this if you have the machine's cover off;
In fact you could do it yourself with a soldering iroin to replace the spade bit on the wire and some shrink rubber tubing which will allow you to join in any extra wire.
Cost to fix about $10 DIY and $50 by Mr Fixit type

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