The Repair Shop fans in meltdown as show welcomes new expert
The Repair Shop: Meet new expert
The Repair Shop has welcomed its newest expert to the show and on Wednesday night, Pierro Pozellawill make his debut in the iconic barn.
Ahead of the episode, Pierro introduced himself to fans via The Repair Shop’s Instagram account.
He said: “Hi you might not have seen me before, I am one of the new experts on The Repair Shop.
“My name is Pierro and you’ll be able to watch one of my first camera repairs tonight at 8pm on BBC One.”
The post sent fans into a meltdown, with many taking to the comments section to welcome Pierro.
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One fan wrote: “Hi Pierro. Welcome to The Repair Shop. You are joining the most fabulous, talented and skillful team of Experts. We look forward to every show. Thank you Jay and team for giving us the best show on TV.” (sic)
Another said: “Welcome! Looking forward to seeing your repair.”
A third added: “Brilliant..looking forward to seeing what you do.”
“Welcome! Wishing you lots of fun and success,” a fourth fan shared.
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Another went on to say: “Welcome to you!! Look forward to watching your skills tonight!!”
Speaking ahead of the episode, Pierro discussed what it has been like filming for the show and what his biggest challenge so far had been.
He said: “The most challenging fix so far, has been the last one I did at the barn – the Adox sport camera.
“This camera was used by the client’s grandfather in the Vietnam War.
“When it arrived, it probably would have been easier to manufacture a new camera than it would have been repair – there were parts missing screws missing everything was broken, springs gone.
“I made several tiny springs, replaced the bellows and even custom-made and 3D printed a brand-new part for the camera.
“Despite being a complex repair, it was exciting for me to create replacement parts from scratch.”
The Repair Shop airs on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC One.
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