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Tinshed

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#142787 24-Mar-2014 16:42
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I have a nice Sony radio (SW7600GR) that isn't working and I'd like to see if I can get it repaired.  Can anyone recommend a place in Wellington?  I understand that I am more than likely to run into the "uneconomic to repair" issue, but would like to see I can avoid that.  I know places like Next Electronics charge quite a high minimum fee just to look at such device, so wondered if there was a smaller outfit who might be more flexible.  I did ask in the Sony shop in Willis Street, but their reply wasn't especially useful.  And yes, I have put fresh batteries in :-)




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knoydart
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  #1011941 24-Mar-2014 16:55
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There is a place out on the Hutt road who's name escapes me, they might have moved further up to Jardins mile but been a while.

 

Otherwise try the electrical place on Tory Street opposite the Warehouse next to the trophy shop?

 

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  #1011959 24-Mar-2014 17:10
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http://www.ltcparts.co.nz/

http://cowanaudioservices.co.nz/

Advanced TV Services, 19 McMillan Court, Newlands, 4783065


 
 
 
 


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  #1012048 24-Mar-2014 20:09
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Rickles: http://www.ltcparts.co.nz/

http://cowanaudioservices.co.nz/

Advanced TV Services, 19 McMillan Court, Newlands, 4783065



Thanks, Rickles.  I will try LTC Parts - sounds exactly the sort place I was after.




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  #1012344 25-Mar-2014 11:37
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Glen @ Cowan audio services is very good. He's the HiFi-whisperer.





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