E/X-mag board repair
Have a fried E/X-mag board you need repaired?
I am offering repair to all E/X-mag boards and ACE boards.
I have a ton of experience repairing them, for personal, Tuna, and some randoms.
There is a fixed repair price of $35 + return shipping, per board. An Emag board with an ACE attached is 2 boards. If only one needs repair, I will not charge for testing.
-Blown transistor or diode replacement
-Complete microcontroller replacement (includes firmware)
-Voltage regulator replacement
-ACE Eye replacement
-ACE transistor replacement
Always a quality repair, no hack jobs.
Please note that this price does not include a screen replacement if need be, it is rare anyways that they go. If I am unable to repair your board due to blown traces (I will do my best), I will waive the fixed price but ask for return shipping. I will not be held responsible for loss or damage due to shipping, I always package my shipments well and ship promptly.
Last edited by OneSelfLost; 09-02-2012 at 10:41 PM.
Originally Posted by OneSelfLost
Can you fix ACE boards? What would the fee be?
Yes, but I won't offer the service until the parts come in (on their way). I will do the ACE at the fixed price stated above, but the main board and the ACE will be treated as separate items.
Originally Posted by Xmagterror
I am pleased to announce that I will now be offering ACE repair as well!
I am still offering this service if anyone is interested!
I've got this thread bookmarked just in case I ever need it in the future!
Still doing button repair? My top button has seemed to come apart. It looks like half of it is there, like the top is missing where button would come out of the switch.
I've seen that happen before. It happens sometimes when we install the board straight in and the extenders are pressed in, snagging the button arms.. Yes, I've done it . I've gotten myself in the habit of putting the board in on an angle and then levelling it out so the buttons don't get snagged. Either way, I can fix it, no prob.
You still offer repairs to an E-Mag board. Solenoid wire to board diode fried.
Yep! I'll PM you.
Originally Posted by Beemer
Do you repair emag chargers?
I have repaired a couple. I don't mind taking a look at them, won't charge anything if I can't fix them.