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    Unhappy broken racquet frame

    My badminton racquet frame is broken as in fractured. anybody knows if this is repairable, if so... is there any shops that I can send it to? I am presently residing in North Vancouver.

    Thanks in advance
    rose

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    If u post pics then it would help us
    Also u have to realise that the balance will be changed and won't play how it used to
    I am not sure about companies in Canada however if in UK there are some companies that fix that sort of thing

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    Default pics of my broken racquet

    Hi LD, I'm not sure if I attached the photos correctly, dont know how to attach it here.

    thanks

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    very easy..just hit the go advanced button and then find for manage attachement button.. then just hit it..then a small window will pop up and thats the place u can upload the image to here..but beware of your image size 1st, if its too large, u have to resize it 1st..
    hope that helps

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