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Master Geek
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Topic # 120838 15-Jun-2013 15:42
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I have two items that I am loathe to throw away.

One is a tablet that I dropped. The damage to the device is that the on/off button fell off. I am hoping that someone will be able to fix another on/off button on it for me. It doesn't have to elegant as I plan to use the device as an Android Smart TV box.

The other item is an LCD monitor. From using Google it looks like the fault is blown capacitors. I am hoping for someone to replace the blown ones for me.


I have no knowledge of electronics other than the terminology, and my soldering skills would be best compared to those of a gorilla using a hot poker. So I really need the help.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 837357 15-Jun-2013 18:14
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Forgot to say that I am in Wellington

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  Reply # 837892 17-Jun-2013 06:39
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I'd be happy to help with these, have repaired many monitors with blown capacitors with great success
PM me and we can arrange something

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