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# 251037 5-Jun-2019 19:50
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Hi Everyone,
Can anyone recommend a repair shop for an Oppo BluRay player in Auckland? Ideally North Shore. I suspect the power supply has gone.

Thanks

Matt

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  # 2263077 23-Jun-2019 21:02
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Dead, or? What is it (not) doing? 

 

 




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  # 2263289 24-Jun-2019 11:40
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Hi,

 

thanks for your reply.

 

It does not power on at all. ie; the power button does nothing.

 

The only lights that power on is the power light, which is red.

 

 

 

thanks

 

 

 

Matt

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2265247 26-Jun-2019 19:49
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OK, could be power supply, or system board not waking up for a variety of reasons. Consumer electronics service is pretty much dead now, all the techs I knew have gone elsewhere. If you're in Auckland PM me, no promises though.


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  # 2265669 27-Jun-2019 10:57
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unless youre willing to spend at least $200 on a repair.....

 

As noted above, most of the old repair shops closed, as stuff was so cheap that no one was willing to pay the cost to repair it . It doesnt help that they really arnt intended
to be easily repairable.

 

try lease guys
https://phillipselectronics.co.nz/

 

 


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