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21st September 2002, 06:03 AM
repair facilities which users can recommend
I have a flat touchscreen monitor that needs repairing, past its warrenty and No, I can't afford a repair from microtouch.
May need a new board, maybe its a right off.
could do with some help to get it fixed.
Anyone know of any cool repairers?
or have had bad experiences?
Specilists that you might have found?
23rd September 2002, 11:37 PM
*****, thats a great offer but i was thinking of somewhere a little closer, When I get the time (been saying that for 18months) I will PM you and get your address.
I was also trying to jog people into chattin about repair problems, and local places that they had found. It is always sod's law that a good bit of kit goes down at the wrong time so. Not everyone can afford the pro inspection fee or for that matter. the turn around.
I am getting some video LCD's mended at the moment, so I will post if they are quick and cheap...and good.:nod:
28th September 2002, 09:56 PM
hi *****, you seem to have an answer for almost everything...respect due!
The repair of my 5" LCD monitors:
They need a minture fourescent tube which is used for backlight
hexachain - HC640 1A
Do you have any ideas on sourceing this part or do I say goodbye to it and buy a new one, on special offer and cheaper than getting a cut up circut board mended...in the first place.
ps it is sentimental to me
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