Fixing a player piano is usually fairly simple if you have the right information. I've spent the last seven years giving away free information via this web site, but like you, I have to work to make a living, and I can't do that if I spend all my time on the phone trying to figure out the nature of the problem you are having with your piano. So, respect my time and spend some of your time at the site before calling me. If you really can't find what you need, DON'T CALL - send me an email and I'll point you in the right direction or I'll give you an answer. If you just call me and expect me to spoon-feed you, you'll hang
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Since "Player-Care" is an internet business, I prefer that we correspond via E-Mail (click here to fill out the 'Request Form'). However, if I'm not in the middle of some other activity, you can reach me at 732-840-8787. But please understand that during the hours from 8AM-5PM EST (Mon-Sat), I'm generally quite busy. So, I probably won't answer the phone. If you get the answering machine, please leave a detailed message stating the reason for your call. Also, repeat your name and phone number clearly and distinctly. By necessity, I prioritize everything in my life. And, if you call and just leave your name and number, and ask me to call you back, it might be a day or two before I return your call. Why? Because I don't know why you want me to call and I might not be prepared to assist you in an effective and efficient manner. If you leave me an E-Mail address (which I prefer), spell it out phonetically. The more you do to help me, the more I can help you in return. Don't rush. You have four minutes to record your message.
407 19th Ave, Brick, NJ, 08724
Phone Number 732-840-8787
(Voicemail Only, No Texts)