Q. Is my item worth repairing?
Some items are worth repairing while others are not. Once our technicians have a chance to look at the item, we can always determine if it is worth fixing.
Q. How do you handle a in-home Plasma Repair?
We are proud to point out that no other companies can compete with our specifications. With the newest Plasma Repair Equipment, Our Trained Technicians are being able to perform the most sophisticate repair jobs on Plasma TV at the fractions of the price of full Plasma replacement. And not like other companies we still charge same In-home service fees for Plasma TV If you do want the item to be repaired.
Q. The estimate is close to what I can pay for a new unit, I can buy a new unit for a few more dollars. What’s your suggestion?
Of course you can, but remember that if the item you are repairing is a high-quality piece of electronic equipment, then in all likelihood, you’ve had it in use for years. If you pay a few extra dollars for a new unit rather than having that one fixed, you’ll likely end up with a unit of far less quality.
Q. My TV was working last night, but I cannot turn it on now. What went wrong?
Most people think the power on/off switch is defected. There are different things that can cause this problem. However, defective power regulators and horizontal circuits are usual suspects. This problem in general and is repairable.
Q. My TV has one thin, straight color line across in the middle of a screen. Is the picture tube bad?
No, 99% of the picture tube is good, but the TV vertical deflection circuit has failed, and it can be repaired. Mistakenly, many TV owners tend to think their picture tube is bad.
Q. How likely is it that my unit can be repaired?
Since we are specialized in repairing electronics we usually repair more than 90% of all our items that we receive.