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Old 06-20-2007, 08:00 PM   #5
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If you are renting, you might have to ask permission to your landlord before you have a carpenter doing some work, no? If the space is not the size of a standard washing machine, maybe they would even agree to pay for the carpenter. If you do have to pay for the work, that will cost money. You have to consider if it's worth paying for a carpenter or losing a bit of money by selling/rebuying... if your machine is brand new, you could get a good price for it.
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