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Topic # 94036 4-Dec-2011 22:11
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I've got a Technics SU-V303 pre-main that has a dead channel.  Looking for someone to have a look - have no idea what the going bench minimum is around here.

If anyone on the board is or knows a good audio tech, please speak up.

Especially one who's willing to barter for guitar repair (qualified guitar tech)!

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  Reply # 553829 5-Dec-2011 06:46
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I would suggest you try the AudioEnz forum if you have not already. There are many people there who know who repairs what and how good they are. Also make sure you mention what area you are in which you have missed out and has quite a bearing on who is available to you.

http://www.audioenz.co.nz/forums/forum.php







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  Reply # 553855 5-Dec-2011 08:56
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I use Gordon at Christian Resource Centre (www.crconline.org) in Christchurch.
Very talented electrical engineer.

7 Gosset Street
St Albans
Christchurch 8014
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