THE Repair Shop left fans in tears after two sisters shared their 'heart-breaking' story.
The BBC One series sees craftspeople bringing loved family pieces with special memories back to life.
While the show can sometimes be a tear-jerker, this year's festive episode has left viewers bawling.
The episode saw sisters Sandra and Donna walk into the repair shop with their stereogram.
They shared how it belonged to their parents and is around 60 years old.
Speaking about the joy it brought them, the sisters revealed they had fond memories during Christmas dancing around while playing music.
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They spoke about how they had came from Guyana "with nothing" during the 60s.
The stereogram was purchased after their dad, who opened the first black-owned record shop in Brixton, saved up for the music player.
But the piece, which is sentimental to the siblings, had seen better days and was in need of repair.
It was no longer able to play to play records.
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Jay Blades, Will Kirk, Julie Tatchell and Mark Stuckey were on hand to try and restore the machine.
After being repaired Sandra and Donna were left emotional as the stereogram began to play music.
Nat King Cole's The Christmas Song played out into the workshop as the sisters – and the experts – all shed a tear.
The scenes also left viewers emotional as one said: "One minute you’re young and cool and the next you’re crying at the Repair Shop Christmas special."
Another said: "As a grown man I’m sitting here welling up watching these two woman listen to that music. It doesn’t matter how old we are, there is some magic at this time of year. #TheRepairShop."
"God damn you #therepairshop, you get me every time," said a third viewer.
While a fourth posted: "#TheRepairShop Xmas special has absolutely ruined me."
The Repair Shop is available to stream on iPlayer.
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