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A Repair isn’t Always the Right Answer

Sometimes it's better to upgrade than to repair or replace.

When you’re faced with a high repair bill or replacement cost, consider this an opportune time to go for an upgrade. Maybe the direct replacement doesn’t really match your present needs or maybe you wish you had functionality that a direct replacement won’t provide. But what usually happens when that opportunity presents itself?

You seldom, if ever, have the time to make the upgrade happen. Reasons include the need to:

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