So, a while back I bought an Opematus 6x6 enlarger produced by Optikotechna. Well, it's time to start setting up the darkroom and, of course, this means the enlarger, too. Well, some how the bellows tore while I moved across country. And I'm not talking about a little tear, I mean the bellows separated from the "part of the enlarger that holds the lensboard." I hope that's the industry term for it. ANYWAY, is it worth me trying to fix the tear with gaffer's tape or try to send it out to be re-worked? I'm afraid that the tape won't last very long and that new bellows would cost more than the thing's worth. Granted it only cost me $15 and it was produced between 1940 and 1945, but I don't think it's really worth that much money. What's the thoughts?