My wife had a pair of Canon FTBs that she used in college for her degree. About 5 years ago she had local camera shop give her a bid on cleaning and servicing them. After that bid, she chose to keep them for sentimental value, but apply a small portion of the estimated cleaning and servicing cost toward a new DSLR.
The other challenge with film cameras is you pretty much have setup your own dark room for developing and printing -- or mail away your film for developing.
Surely there are plenty of camera repair shops in Seattle that will take your old camera and change the light seals and check the shutter speeds, etc. Check reviews online and see what's close to you. Eg, this place came up when I searched.
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