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Randolph Richter

I bought a tune-up on Angie’s List for $39 (value of $79). but that did not include any parts or repairs that might be needed. This was all made clear in the ad and on the phone before they arrived. But it was a bit more expensive in the end to fix it than I had anticipated. The technician who did it all was great and it was working well when he left. My only hesitation is that this was misleading to say $39 for a tune-up.  Still, I am very happy that the whole thing could be repaired to the place where it works pretty well again.