Here is the deal. I bought a used stihl blower off of Ebay and I couldn't get it started. I later realized that I was flooding out the engine. (thanks lawnsite) . But before I realized this I pulled off the spark plug and thought it must have been rigged up because of the little paper clip looking thing going into the cut off wire. Bad setup, in my opinion. So I figured I would pull off the spark plug wire and get a new one. Due to my lack of knowledge in small engines, I didn't realize that the wire is tied into the coil. And if you pull out the wire from the coil, your s.o.l. So I went into town to look for the whole assemble, went to my normal guy first, he didn't have it. So I went across town, waited for 15 min for service, he said he didn't have it, but he could fix it for $15. So I gave it to him, and he told me 1 to 2 days. Geesh. So I left and I figured I would give him 2 days, they seemed slow and unorganized. I called today Saturday, July 3rd. I call at 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., then I decide to just drive there, 30 mins away, I figured they were just too busy to answer their phone. Nope, they were closed. No hours posted, no sign saying we are closed, nothing. I have called all day, I figure they must have tooken the whole weekend off. So I decided to call another place to see if they had what I needed and they did, so I went and paid $35 for a new assemble. Now come Monday or Tuesday what should I do? Should I go pay for the assembly that I told him to fix, even though he didn't make me aware that he would be gone all weekend, and I would be without my machine? Or should I explain to him what I think he did wrong, and tell him to just keep the part? I don't care for this business, but they are one of 4 people in the area that carry Stihl parts. What if one day he actually has a part I need? What do you think?