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parts can be very expensive, but they last for quite a few years. However, parts availability is not the issue, but finding the knowledgeable technicians to do the proper restorations work. I had my B215 and PR99 MKII restored, recapped and recalibrated last year, which were done by two technicians. The PR99 MKII restorations was done by a technician in Ontario, Canada who happens to be the only tech certified in Canada by Revox/Studer, at least that's what he says according to the info in his website. The B215 restorations was done in California by a tech who is famous for restoring the B215 in Tapeheads forum. It was expensive, but it was well worth it. knowing that I will have machines that I can enjoy for years to come.

Knock on wood as so far all of them are performing flawlessly.

If a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing well

Edits: 10/16/15

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