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I have a Necchi model 3205 in December 2010 and For no reason the upper tension knob pop off and all the inner springs and the washers like things went accross the floor I would like to know the name off a repair man in Newfoundland (somewhere on the west coast if possible) This Machine is still under warrenty.

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Email or contact these folks and see if they can help you:
Mario Necchi Import & Export Inc.
Fax: (450) 653-6160
Saint-Bruno, Quebec, Canada
E-Mail: necchi@total.net

or

http://www.necchi-importexport.com/contact1.htm

Email for main corporate site: info@necchi.it

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