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Might have the opportunity to buy a Re-Badged Rancillio S-26, anybody familiar ?
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Posted Sun Sep 8, 2013, 11:39am
Subject: Might have the opportunity to buy a Re-Badged Rancillio S-26, anybody familiar ?
 

So I have found on my local craigslist a Pro Mac Club which I believe is essentially a Rancillio S-26 commercial machine. I was just wondering if someone was familiar with this machine, the way it works and wether or not it would be easy to service as I am not the greatest when it comes to that sort of stuff but for the price I think I can get it might be hard to say no.
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Posted Sun Sep 8, 2013, 3:45pm
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Sorry, I don't have any hands on with those machines but if it is a commercial machine, a large volume of the parts are interchangeable so  maintance should be OK.

What price range are you talking about, good deals are relative and it may be a steal or it may be average price or over priced.

I have bought multi group commercial for under $100, working after a few minutes on my part and up.

 
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