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Singing Bird Repair
By Philip Brady

If you own one of the singing birds that has the rubber disc bellows
and the bellows have dried out, I can restore your bellows.  For 
quite some time now, the rubber disc replacements have been out of
production, so I have developed a suitable replacement using a thin,
pliable latex material and the results have been very successful.

I also restore the wood and leather type singing bird bellows, as
well as overhaul of the complete mechanism if needed. Clock repair
and restoration is also available.  Service only; no parts for sale.
Please contact me if I may be of help.  Thank you.

Philip Brady <>

(Message sent Fri 30 Sep 2005, 15:11:30 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Bird, Repair, Singing

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