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Samsung LE27T51BXXEU TV sound ok but no picture

Posted by Peter Hancock on Thursday, January 30, 2014, In : Repair 
The Samsung LE27T51BXXEU TV is older model granted, but the picture and sound on it aren't that far off some more modern TVs. If your Samsung LE27T51BX has recently lost it's picture but the sound remains ok - Might just be worth getting it repaired as components are still available for it, and at an affordable cost.
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iPad digitizer screen repairs/replacement in Bath

Posted by Peter Hancock on Thursday, January 30, 2014, In : Repair 
We can now provide iPad digitizer screen repairs/replacement in our shop in Bath. Depending on the version of your iPad, the cost will be around £70-£80+Vat.

We can source replacement parts such as the headphone socket, wifi and bezel should these need replacing the same time. The internal lcd screen can also be replaced if required, however these tend to be more costly due to the screen price. Prices will be quoted before repair is carried out.

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LG 42PQ3000ZA Plasma TV - turns on and off, clicking noise/dead

Posted by Peter Hancock on Thursday, January 30, 2014, In : Repair 
Although Plasma TVs are not my favourite thing in the world, I have to admit that LG, Panasonic and Samsung have made some rather nice ones. Some are more repairable than others though, and LG's 42PQ3000ZA can usually be repaired for a reasonable fee compared to most - If your 42PQ3000ZA has been struggling to turn on, clicks on and off with a red to green back to red standby light then it can usually be repaired (ideally the sooner you bring it in the better).

Other models included are:

LG 42P...
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Panasonic DMREZ47VEBK repair (and similar) - DVD not working - U61 Error

Posted by Peter Hancock on Tuesday, January 14, 2014, In : Repair 
Panasonic made some of the best DVD/VCR recorders around and DMR-EZ47V-EBK is no exception.

However, now that Panasonic and others have pulled the plug on production of DVD/VCR Combi's these will become rarer to find. The good news is that should your Panasonic DMR-EZ47V (or similar model) stop playing DVDs, we can now source spares including lasers. The cost of the repair can be quite high if the laser needs replacing (Around the £100 mark) but can still be cheaper than the second-hand marke...
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