For consumer repairs, a $80 non-refundable cash deposit is required for an estimate.We have experienced a large number of consumer repairs over the past few months and currently have a backlog of 6-8 weeks. Please read our repair policy. If agreed and want to book a repair drop off please fill out the form, then send us the $80 nonrefundable estimate fee. We contact you when it's time to bring your unit in and it will be repaired as soon as possible. Industrial repair services are not affected.
Frequently Asked Questions
1.Why repair my old stereo when I can buy new for $200.00?
Remember the adage: YOU ONLY GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! Today’s systems just aren’t what they
used to be unless you’re purchasing the higher end models and I don’t mean the receiver that costs
$200.00 either. The stereos of yesteryear were big, built to last and above all else reliable. Repairing
something ‘old’ may seem crazy when you can buy a new item like a DVD player for $19.99 and new
speakers for about $29.99 as well as a complete ‘surround sound’ stereo system for the price of a tank of
gas! But what will that get you? New products from names no one has ever heard of are bursting on the
market everyday with prices that are simply too low to believe! I do not know about you, but before I
plunk down a chunk of cash I want a product that has some history behind it.
2.Is my receiver, stereo or amplifier is worth fixing?
The first indication as to whether or not to invest any money in your unit - is it's age. The older the unit,
the more likely it is that you DO want to spend money on it. The second indication is it's weight. If it
requires both hands to pickup, and you risk a hernia lifting it... Its definitely something you want to invest
in. If your receiver has a dial string tuner, you wont easily replace it's sound with what is available today
for less than a grand! If you can pick the unit up with your pinky finger, well, forget it - go buy something
The silver faced units are almost a given that they are worth investing in. Some older black faced units
are also worth your time and money to get them repaired or restored. Just depends on the model. You
can do a quick search on ebay and see what they are going for - be sure to check the 'sold' ones. With
few exceptions, if it's selling 'good used' for around $50 - well, it's definitely time to go shopping for a new
3. What kind of services are you offering?
We do offer Repairs, Refurbishing, Upgrades and Custom Works.
4. What is the difference between repair and refurbishing?
The repair is replacements off all defective and weak parts. Adjust bias and DC balance for
Amplifiers.Clean and lubricate all potential meters and switches.Burn in for 48 HR after repair. Final test
unit, including distortion and maxim output measurements.
When you want your unit refurbished beside repair, we replace ALL capacitors, relays, belts, light bulbs.
Readjust bias, calibrate VU-meters, tune up IF for Tuners.
We also do Upgrades and Custom works too.
5. What is your warranty?
1Year from the date of pick up.
6. If my equipment got defective again under warranty how much is it going to cost me?
If no external causes provoked the failure then just have to pay the cost of the new part.
But if the customer fault that the unit got defective again (EXPL: you took home the repaired Amplifier
and while hooking it up the speaker wires where shorting the output of the Amplifiers and the unit blow
up ), then you have pay the 50% of whole repair again.
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